Emery Boards by Heritage Advertising
The place to buy promotional emery boards and other advertising products at low prices! 


 
 
 
 

Round Emery Boards

These round-shaped emery boards are 1-1/2" in diameter. The imprint area for the round emery board is 1-3/8". Select either natural, pink or yellow paper. Also work as a great "round-to-it" token to promote your business or event.

Shipping and handling is free (ground shipping within the USA)! An additional $30 per color, non-refundable artwork charge must be paid before work can begin.

Round Emery BoardsStandard Emery Board Paper Colors 

Quantity of Emery Boards with Natural, Pink or Yellow Paper

750

1,500

3,000

5,000

Price per emery board, 1-Color Imprint

0.38

0.31

0.29

0.27

Price per emery board, 2-or-More Color Imprint 0.46 0.41 0.38 0.35

Standard Imprint Colors

Choose from one of the following Standard Imprint Colors: black, white, brown, pantone yellow, pantone orange, red, medium green, dark green, teal, maroon, purple, light blue, pantone process blue, medium blue, dark blue, reflex blue, pink, cool gray.

Standard Imprint Colors

If a color other than listed above is needed, be certain to specify the PMS color number. There is an additional charge for custom color imprints. Contact us for additional pricing.

Heritage Advertising, Inc.
4100 Bob Wallace Ave. SW
Huntsville, AL 35805
Telephone: 706-374-0710
Email: TenCommandmentSigns@yahoo.com

 

American Minute with Bill Federer

December 12

Pennsylvania - The Continental Congress met there, the Declaration of Independence was signed there, the Liberty Bell was rung there, and the Continental Army spent the freezing winter of 1777 at Valley Forge there.

The Constitution was written in Pennsylvania, and for awhile the United States Capitol was there.

Pennsylvania became the 2nd State to join the Union on DECEMBER 12, 1787.

At the Colony's founding, the first Colonial Legislative Act, called the Great Law of Pennsylvania, December 7, 1682, stated:

"That no person...who shall confess and acknowledge one Almighty God to be the Creator, Upholder and Ruler of the World...shall in any case be molested or prejudiced for his, or her Conscientious persuasion or practice."

Benjamin Franklin, serving as Governor of the State, helped write Pennsylvania's 1776 Constitution, which stated in Frame of Government, Chapter 2, Section 10:

"Each member of the legislature, before he takes his seat, shall make and subscribe the following declaration:

'I do believe in one God, the Creator and Governour of the Universe, the Rewarder of the good and Punisher of the wicked, and I do acknowledge the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament to be given by Divine Inspiration.'"

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