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Scholarship Fund Raising And Nib Grinds

Posted by Newton Pens , 21 July 2014 · 3,369 views

Good morning everybody!
I’m very excited to announce a new way to raise money for the scholarships: postcards!  What better way to use your fountain pens than by writing notes on postcards with artwork made by students?!  And all the money made from the sale of these postcards will go towards the scholarships!
When you buy a pack of 5 postcards for $10 you’re automatically entered into the raffle, which is totally free now.  If you wish to enter the raffle without buying postcards, send me an email for info on entering for free.  When you buy these cards, be sure a postal address is in the notes section of your PayPal payment.  If you wish to send a check or MO that’s fine as well,  just send me an email for postal details.
You can buy as many packs of cards as you want.  Each pack gets you one entry into the raffle.
To buy a pack and enter the raffle, send $10 to newtonpenspay@gmail.com via PayPal and be sure to mention postcards and give me your postal address in the notes section.
You can still contribute without expectation of receiving anything – just let me know.Posted Image
This raffle will run from July 21st through August 3rd.  I’ll announce the winner that evening around 9pm Central US time, and the winner will get their own custom pen.
If you have any questions please ask.  The rules are posted here.
Nib Grinds
I’m also going to be running things a little differently around here with regards to nib grinds.
When you buy a Newton Pen you can now get a nib grind for 50% off: $15 instead of $30.  If you’ve had work done in the past, this deal applies to you, too.  Just send in any pen and I’ll grind it for $15.  Shipping is $5.  If you want me to return it insured let me know.
If you send in a pen to be ground, I’ll offer to adjust one pen for free.  One grind, one adjustment.  Just my way of saying thanks for all the support.
If you have any questions at all please ask.

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