Why Your Customers Need An Architect Scale Ruler

If you see any of your customers on this list, they need an architect scale ruler.

Not only do they need one, but they will be eternally grateful that you are generous enough to recognize their needs.

  • Architects

    Architect Using an Architect Scale Ruler
    Architect Using an Architect Scale Ruler
  • City Planners
  • Builders
  • Kitchen Designers
  • Carpenters
  • Contractors
  • Construction Estimators
  • Real Estate Developers
  • Draftsmen
  • Homeowners designing their own kitchen
  • Concrete Contractors
  • Electricians
  • HVAC Contractors
  • Structural Engineers
  • Civil Engineers

How To Celebrate This Special Week with a Bible Calendar

National Bible Week
National Bible Week

Since 1941, Americans have been celebrating this week in November not just because Thursday is Thanksgiving, but because this week in National Bible Week. This is a week where Christians nationwide celebrate the scripture.
Even if you follow a different faith, you can still respectfully listen to others this week as they celebrate the best-selling book of all time.

How can you or your company celebrate this week?
• Share your favorite verse with your coworkers or family
• Hand out inspirational Bible calendars to customers
• Attend a church service for a denomination different than yours
• Attend a Bible discussion

Start Your Day with Some Bubbles in Your Travel Mug


National Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day
National Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day

Do you like bubbly drinks? Do you like caffeine as well? Then today is your lucky day- it’s National Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day. I bet you’re thinking the best drink to fill up your travel mug today is just some good ol’ soda, or perhaps a bubbly energy drink. But did you know that you can buy or make your own coffee soda?

A few companies out there make sparkling coffee, also called coffee soda. They’re basically just coffee infused with CO2, and perhaps a little sugar or citrus juice. Or you can do a little experiment at home today- mix 5 oz seltzer water, 2 oz espresso, and 2 oz of fresh OJ.
Whichever drink you choose today, don’t forget to put it in your trusty travel mug to get you from home to work, and all the places in between.

Hudson Travel Mug
Hudson Travel Mug
Thermos Travel Tumbler
Thermos Travel Tumbler

Big Surprise For Promotional Maglites Warranty

Maglite® Flashlights Warranty
Maglite® Flashlights Warranty

Promotional Maglites (Maglights is a common misspelling) will display your company logo for a very long time. But did you know that their famous lifetime limited warranty was just reduced to 10 years? I wouldn’t worry about the quality of this famous flashlight. I think that the company is just streamlining its cost of production and maintenance, to keep up with the competition. If a Maglite used to last a lifetime, it will probably continue to do so.

Here is part of the text from the Maglite website today:

“TEN YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY— Mag Instrument, Inc. warrants to the original owner that this flashlight is free from defects in parts and workmanship for ten years from the date of first retail purchase.”

How Would You Survive Without Your Pipe Diameter Tape Measure?

A New Use for a Pipe Diameter Tape Measure
A New Use for a Pipe Diameter Tape Measure

Your pipe diameter tape measure is probably the most valuable and simplest tool in your toolbox. It will tell you the outside diameter of a pipeline (or your arm) when you wrap it around the circumference. What if you lost your pipe tape? How would you measure the diameter of a pipe or any round object?

  • Use a regular tape measure, if it is flexible enough to wrap around the pipe. A carpenter’s tape is made to stay stiff, so it won’t work in this case. Since the end hook won’t let you lay the zero mark against the pipe, you would have to start at the 1 or 2 inch mark. Read the circumference and divide by 3.14159. That’s a lot of trouble.
  • Use an expensive caliper, transfer the reading to a measuring tape, perhaps, then divide by pi. That’s a clumsy way of doing it.
  • Get a real expensive micrometer. Since they have a narrow range of measuring (1 inch), it would have to be a certain size to begin with. Then measure the diameter directly. Reading the markings on a micrometer is not the easiest thing to do. You have to read the shaft measurement, then add the tumbler measurement to it.

So, hang on to your pipe diameter tape measure and it will save you a lot of trouble.