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There is no need to make a purchase – the competition is free to enter.
The prize will be your choice of colour of one ‘standard’ finish or one lacquered finish Fisher Bullet Space pen as pictured.
The Fisher Bullet Space Pen is a superb instrument and an office favourite at The Pen Company. It has won numerous awards and is displayed at the Museum of Modern Art, New York as an example of excellent industrial design. The Fisher Bullet Space Pen utilises the Fisher pressurised refill, originally developed in conjunction with NASA and used in the American space programme. These pens are ultra-reliable and smooth writing, will write over difficult surfaces and also upside down, particularly useful for doing crosswords in bed!
How to Enter
You can enter in three ways:
1. Visit our Facebook page and “Like” us before the end of National Stationery Week – Midnight, Sunday 28th April. One “like” will be randomly chosen to win one pen. Check back here on Monday 29th April to see if you’ve won.
2. Follow us on Twitter @thepencompany & Tweet the following in full before Midnight, Sunday 28th April:
I’ve just entered The Pen Company competition to win a Fisher Bullet Space Pen https://www.thepencompany.com/blog/?p=218 #pencocomp #competition
One Tweet containing this hash tag will be randomly chosen to win one pen. Don’t forget to follow us to find out if you’ve won!
3. Add a comment below this Blog post before Midnight 28th April – one post will be randomly chosen to win one pen
The competition is open to all – we will post your prize outside the UK if that is where you live!
One entry will be counted by each method i.e. you may enter three times – one by each method of entry. However, multiple entries via one method will not be counted.
Winners will be announced on Monday 29th April, please check back to make sure you claim your prize!
The decision of The Pen Company is final and no correspondence will be entered into. There is no cash equivalent prize offered. By entering the competition you are bound by these rules.
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