Montblanc has been and continues to be the number one collected pen on the market, and they take that responsibility seriously. Along with that corporate responsibility also comes a great deal of social responsibility. That tradition continues with their UNICEF Meisterstück pens. Montblanc has been working with UNICEF for 13 years now and this new edition of pens might be their finest work yet.
The most traditional of the UNICEF line is the Classique line. It is available in fountain, rollerball, or ballpoint. These pieces feature a unique sapphire top as well as special lettering indicating that this is a special edition. The Doue classique line features a silver cap that has the first six letters of eight major languages. This design commemorates Montblanc and UNICEF’s goal of promoting the written word.
The most unique looking of all the styles is the Solitare line. This pen (again available in ballpoint, rollerball, or fountain) is bound to be a conversation starter whenever you use it. The characters all have silver lettering over a blue background with each language on a different line. There is nothing quite like it, and it’s bound to be even more of a collectible as time goes on.
These pens are only available until March 31, 2018 so this is not an item to wait on. Three percent of all profits will be donated to UNICEF and Montblanc has committed to donating at least 1.5 million dollars. They will use this money to fund writing programs all over the world, especially in underprivileged countries. We highly encourage you to learn more about UNICEF and the incredible work they do around the world. You will find that there isn’t another non-government organization that does what they do. Please contact Executive Essentials today for pricing.
The world can sometimes seem like a crazy place. An environment filled with random and not so random acts of violence and bouts of havoc creating natural events. Try as we might, we cannot explain either although many of us spend a great deal of time trying. But, trials and tribulations are a large part of life. And, even though we cannot control what events barge into our lives, we can control how we respond. Whether we stand in the face of adversity or shy away and head home to watch reruns of Mork and Mindy on channel 57 defines the eventual outcome of any tragic event – as well as our character.
The same holds true of organizations. Large corporations that earn their profits from the hard work and skills of their community have the opportunity to live above or with those people they do business with. We see it every day, corporations that take and take and give nothing back. Those corporations that earn huge profits only to shirk responsibility when their company causes massive damage to the environment or to a communities economic system. But, more and more often we are seeing organizations that reach out and into the community to make it a better place to live. Such is the case with Montblanc in partnership with Unicef.
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is an organization dedicated to assisting mothers and children in countries that are developing. As a program of the United Nations and stationed in New York City, UNICEF is geared towards providing long-term humanitarian and developmental assistance. The type of assistance they provide enriches the lives of those they touch for the rest of their lives, creating a lasting impact instead of a one-time benefit. In a sense, UNICEF’s goal is to teach people how to fish, instead of handing out fish for people to eat.
As one of the premier pen manufacturers active in the market today, Montblanc is a company that has a long history of community involvement. This is a company that often uses its influences to tap into famous and wealthy stars of stage and screen from around the world for the benefit of enriching the communities around them. This penchant for raising money for good causes was the starting point of the partnership between Montblanc and Unicef to create the Signature for Good Pens.
The amazing partnership between Montblanc and the world renowned Children’s Fund has resulted in 9 years of improving the lives of children across the globe. Montblanc’s latest efforts with UNICEF comes in the form of the Signature for Good series. The fine writing instruments available include the Classique Fountain Pen, the LeGrande Fountain Pen, the LeGrande Rollerball Pen and the LeGrande Ballpoint Pen. For every piece in the Signature for Good collection sold, Montblanc will donate part of its proceeds to UNICEF’s education programs*.
The pens themselves are equal to anything Montblanc has created before. Every pen has a unique serial number worked into the brick motif, representing the joint effort to build a better world for children and the communities they live in by improving access to quality education and schools. Each pen is created with black precious resin and inlaid with the Montblanc emblem. The rest of each pen is appointed with platinum in all the right places.
Take the time to look over these magnificent pens at Executive Essentials created for a good cause and find out how doing good for other communities can feel so right in the palm of your hand.
*Montblanc donates 10% of the retail price excluding VAT/Sales Tax to support UNICEF’s education programs. UNICEF does not endorse any brand or product. No portion of the purchase price is tax-deductible. For more information visit unicef.org