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Bril Ink - Global Handwriting Movement

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#1 jayaram

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Posted 07 November 2018 - 06:09

Fountain pen lovers, Bril, India's leading fountain pen ink brand will ship internationally in 2019 and we have just started a Global Handwriting Movement to make children write properly again. Our crowdfunding campaign has awesome perks whether you are an adult who loves world-class, pocket-friendly ink and fountain pens or you want your kids to learn to write the proper way. Do visit our Indiegogo campaign and support us, so we can ensure that the dying art of handwriting is brought back to life again, and our children's lives are enhanced in more ways than one! Thank You! :-)

https://www.indiegog...n-write-again#/

 

 

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#2 bass1193

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Posted 07 November 2018 - 06:35

I've sure heard good things about Bril inks here, as have we all. The ego boost of enjoying one's own handwriting is undeniable. This seems like a good cause. But will it all go to the children? I understand (reasonsble!) administrative costs, but some charities go too far.





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