Customized Pocket Screwdrivers
Fixed Blade Pocket Screwdrivers with your customized imprint
Promotional pocket screwdrivers with a custom inprinted message are a useful advertising tool that everyone appreciates. Promote your name or business with personalized long lasting advertising printed on one of our many screwdriver or other promotional tools.
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Pocket Partner Fixed Blade Screwdriver
The world's favorite pocket screwdriver. Great for all industries. Five blade options (regular blade is standard) - match the right tool with the right industry. 18 top options provide additional functions for specialized applications. Handy pocket clip.
Regular blade and top button are standard.
Pocket screwdriver size is 5.50" long x .40" wide with Button Top. Imprint area on handle is 2.00" long x 0.94" high with optional second side imprint (for an additional charge).
Per Piece Prices for Pocket Scewdrivers with Fixed Blade, Item #AX2035
An additional $45 non-refundable artwork charge per imprint position and standard color must be paid before work can begin. For pricing on multiple locations or more than 1-color, please contact us 706-374-0710 for pricing.
Standard Imprint Colors
If a color other than our standard imprint colors above is needed, be sure to specify the PMS coated color number. Contact us for additional charges for custom colors.
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American Minute with Bill Federer
Newly independent, the thirteen States were concerned their new government may become too powerful, as King George's was.
They insisted handcuffs be place on the power of the Federal Government. We call these the First Ten Amendments or Bill of Rights, ratified DECEMBER 15, 1791.
The First states: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."
Regarding this, Thomas Jefferson wrote to Samuel Miller, January 23, 1808:
"I consider the government of the U.S. as interdicted by the Constitution from intermeddling with religious institutions, their doctrines, discipline, or exercises.
This results not only from the provision that no law shall be made respecting the establishment or free exercise of religion, but from that also which reserves to the states the powers not delegated to the U.S."
"Every religious society has a right to determine for itself the times for these exercises, and the objects proper for them, according to their own particular tenets."