12.03.2014

Noodler's Revolution Blue + Neponset Giveaway


December's Social Pen Giveaway in in honor of our first-ever collaboration with Noodler's Ink. We're giving away one bottle of our new, retailer-exclusive Noodler's Revolution Blue 3oz bottled ink AND a Noodler's Neponset Briarwood Ebonite fountain pen. Besides the fact that all the Neponset music nib fountain pens have sold out everywhere, this one is a limited production of only 7 that were made in the Briarwood Ebonite.


How To Enter

We want to hear your battle cry!

For decades, digital devices have marginalized the use of handwriting and penmanship in schools and businesses. Today, we rise up to let the masses know that we will not go quietly into the inky night. Proudly carry your Daily Arsenal of pens in your pocket. Show off your Spencerian and flex those nibs if you've got them.

You have (3) possible entries for this giveaway. One is by simply commenting on this blog post with your pen battle cry. The second and third entries can be obtained via Facebook and Twitter. If you have an account with either social network, simply find our page (details below) and Like or Re-Tweet the giveaway post below :

Join @goldspotpens in the fight against digital! Viva la Pluma! #PenRevolution http://bit.ly/1tF7Knq

(Feel free to add your own pen battle cry and tag it #PenRevolution)

Here is How to Enter (no purchase necessary) :
  1. Comment on this post (1 Entry / person)
  2. Click over to our page on Facebook or Twitter
  3. Post your Pen Battle Cry with the hashtag #PenRevolution
  4. "Like" or Re-Tweet the link to the giveaway above (1 Entry per Twitter and/or Facebook Account).
...and that's it! We'll keep track of all the entries and then choose a fan using a random number generator to select one lucky winner. Deadline for Entries is Thursday, December 18, 2014 at 2p ET.

We will contact the winner directly through either Facebook, Twitter or E-mail to obtain the shipping information and send out your Noodler's Neponset Pen & Noodler's Revolution Blue!

93 comments:

  1. Invincible, Perpetual, Indestructible! Penmanship will never die!

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  2. Change the world; pick up a pen and WRITE!

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  3. ThINK beats ThTONER every day of the week!

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  4. Great give away thanks for the chance

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  5. A pen never needs to depend on electricity to work!

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  6. With the written word, I would destroy you.

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  7. A more elegant instrument for a more civilized age.

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  8. Never give up! Never surrender! #PenRevolution

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  9. Do not go gentle into that good write

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  10. The pen is mightier than the sword!

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  11. Slide it gently and don't push down too hard!

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  12. Get writing and enjoy the experience!

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  13. Return to the old traditions!~

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  14. From fountain pens flow the freshest ideas!

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  15. Remove ballpoints from the premises!

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  16. Give me flex nibs or give me death!

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  17. Right to Write... right?! WRITE!

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  18. ONWARD! And may you have the strength of a Safari!

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  19. Because "Write on" sounds so much better than "Type on"!

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  20. Manu Forti! (Also happens to be my family's historic motto. It means "With a strong hand.")

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  21. Ask not what your pen can do for you, but what you can do for your pen! (Mine wants to ink up with that Revolution Blue)

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  22. Verba volant, scripta manent

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  23. The Revolution is coming! The Revolution is coming!
    ...dave

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  24. Give me Revolution Blue or give me death!

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  25. Vive la Revolution!
    Oops, wrong war.

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  26. The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.

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  27. Blue: the ink within my pen!
    Fountain: returning from the past!
    Blue: a new hue about to dawn!
    Fountain: Revolution be mine at last!

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  28. Let's see how well your dumb computer works when I pour ink all over it. Jerky computer.

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  29. Pen~~~ this is how I start writing... Thank you^^

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  30. There is nothing, I repeat, nothing as wonderful or romantic as seeing ink flow from a fountain pen to paper while writing.

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  31. The pen is mightier than the gadget!

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  32. May your nib be sharp and your mind sharper!

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  33. The best ideas improve over time. Leave them in ink.

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  34. #PenRevolution (sing to the tune of Voltes V opening theme song) Someday the sons of Pens shall fill all the earth, the morning of pen geeks can come to its birth, so we'll all wave our Parkers high and free through the air, for the love of pens we then all shall share. Pen geeks boldly unite to fight and fight for pens, hand in hand like eagles through the breeze, over nibs and over inks. Analog, we love to write! Flashing through with nibs of steel. Fates of foes are what we seal with pens of cellulite! Over nibs and over inks. Onwards victory!

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  35. Brain to pen in hand to eye and back to brain completes the revolution.

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  36. Just keep writing, writing, writing.

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  37. We shall write on the beaches, we shall write on the landing grounds, we shall write in the fields and in the streets, we shall write in the hills; we shall never surrender.

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  38. The pen is mightier than the keyboard!

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    1. Congrats. Your entry was randomly selected as the winner of our giveaway. Please e-mail us with your details directly to our adddress : tom@goldspot.com

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  39. We will never surrender without a fight, and since the pen is mightier than the sword, we shall never lose.

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  40. "Charge!" —oh wait, that's the battle cry of pen-less souls who have to plug their tablets in.

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  41. To quote Voltaire, "To hold a pen is to be at war." How fitting!

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  42. Computers don't do smooth. They are the rush against the fountain pen's peace.

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  43. Pen, Ink, Paper, all mightier than a digital message.

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  44. I have always felt that the impersonal text of the digital age does not only lack character, but is also insufficient for deep and meaningful communication. And what is better than writing with a pen? Writing with a fountain pen of course!

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  45. The revolution will not be televised (we'll write it ourselves).

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  46. Can we have a revolution that doesn't "fight" digital (we are communicating online here!) but celebrates the diverse ways to write- pen and keyboard!

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  47. Give me pens and ink or give me death. Or Maybe just a harsh talking to - it's difficult to write when you're dead.

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  48. The written word. PENspiring humanity for centuries.

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  49. I'm thinking it's better to be inking your letters.

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  50. Honor your thoughts with a fountain pen!

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  51. Like English longbowmen of yore, he defiantly held up two fingers, but his were inkstained - signifying he had a fountain pen and knew how to use it.

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