Our back to school giveaway contest is now closed!
Congratulations to Kelly Wright! Here’s the winning entry:
My favorite student is hard to pick, but I would have to go with Jasmine Davis. Jasmine was a full time collage student, double major and still worked 40 hours a week + and always had a smile on her face. She never complained about her studies or work and was always willing to go the extra mile for anyone. She is a true inspiration and I am proud to say that I know her. She has deeply impacted my life!
We were touched and inspired about your comments on teachers who inspired you. We have been very fortunate to receive extra donations and we would like to share those gifts to you! A few additional people have been chosen to receive these additional gifts and will be notified by e-mail. Have a great 2016 school year!
Didn’t win the giveaway? No worries, you’ll find the best deals on school supplies online at OnTimeSupplies.com. And keep watching the Office Ink Blog for more chances to win free products from On Time Supplies!
• $130 worth of Avery Labels. • $300+ in organizers from Avery and Quality Park. • $300 in Scotch Tape, Post-it Notes and more from 3M. • $400 in Pens, Pencils, Correction Tape and more from Pentel, Tombow, and other top brands! • $390 in classroom arts and craft supplies from Avery, Fiskars and X-ACTO. • $250 in first aid and hygiene supplies from Curad, Dial, LYSOL and Kleenex.
The fine print.
The 2016 Back to School Giveaway ends August 19, 2016. We’ll announce the winner Wednesday, August 24th. The contest is open to residents of the continental U.S. over the age of 18. All prizes subject to availability and subject to substitution.
Copy paper is a commodity so ubiquitous and essential that all of us at some point or another have opted for whatever was the cheapest. On Time Supplies has a great option you should try with Universal’s high brightness copy paper. However, the value of this paper goes well beyond a reduced price and it’s 98 brightness rating. Read on to find out why buying copy paper holds more interesting and involved questions than you’ve probably ever considered. Continue reading →
Whether you’re a teacher, project manager, small business owner, or even a student, everyone has a method for keeping track of ideas and deadlines. Maybe you share a space where a team needs to see or work from the same data. Everyone needs to plan their day, schedule, and so on.
What if I told you that all of these issues could be addressed with one simple tool? The solution has actually been right in front of you, we just need to take a look at the nearest desk, wall, or window.
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It was a great week here at the Office Ink Blog. We announced the winner of our HUGE Bigelow Tea Giveaway. Congratulations again, Wendi! Plus we shared Bigelow’s tips for making great iced tea, which was great because now I know why my iced tea never tasted right. Too much water.
Here’s a look at some of the other interesting articles we read this week:
The key to making great iced tea is to steep the tea bags in less water, and for a longer length of time than hot tea. That’s because the ice in iced tea melts and dilutes the brew. This video for Bigelow Tea shows you how to make great iced tea. Continue reading →
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Rubber band sizes are a little confusing, since they don’t seem to follow any rhyme or reason. It’s not like the bigger the number, the bigger the band. So I reached out to the folks at Alliance Rubber Company, one of the largest manufacturers of rubber bands in the country. Even they didn’t know where the numbers come from.