Calendar Magnets with Personalized Touch

You can promote your company or school or organization 365 days a year for less than a penny a week. That's the great value you get when you promote your company or organization with these Calendar Magnets. These cheap personalized Calendar Magnets are an ad gift your customers will use and appreciate every day of the year. And when your product or service is needed, they'll know just who to call. Cheap Imprinted Magnetic Calendars Give the gift of Thanks to employees, vendor and customers all year long with this magnetic stickup calendar. With our cheap calendar magnets you can choose a magnet calendar from one of our standard stock sizes, or create a custom shape all your own.

2017 Calendar Magnets offers you the BEST value;.we literally print millions and pass on the savings to you! Your ad message stays on your customers, wall throughout the entire year, so your message costs a mere fraction of a cent per impression. No other advertising item delivers a return-on-investment like a cheap imprinted magnet. Leave a lasting impression all year long with internet calendar magnets. A perfect way to keep your name in front of your clients faces. This calendar is easily inserted with your invoices, sales leads, and many other mail correspondences!

Magnetic calendars help to keep your customers organized, whether at work, home or school. Your message is featured prominently and is on display every time they check the date or review upcoming appointments. Customers will see this helpful promotional magnet every day!

There is a $20 non-refundable artwork layout charge which must be paid before work can begin.

Cheap Calendar Magnets

2 x 4

 

 

 

cheap Magnet Calendars 2014

4x7

2017 Calendar Magnets
Quantity
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Thickness
 
Size: 2 x 4
Square Cornered
.019
.94
.54
.43
.27
.18
.13
.11
.036
1.09
.62
.46
.29
.19
.14
.13
Round Cornered
.019
.97
.56
.44
.28
.19
.14
.12
.036
1.12
.64
.48
.30
.20
.15
.14
Size: 4 x 7
 
Square Cornered
.019
1.41
.92
.69
.56
.43
.38
.35
.036
1.60
1.03
.83
.65
.51
.45
.37
Round Cornered
.019
1.44
.92
.70
.57
.44
.39
.36
.036
1.65
1.04
.84
.66
.52
.46
.38
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Cheap Calendar Magnets personalized
4x3.5

2017 Calendar Magnets
4.125 x 5.375 Die Cut

2017 Calendar Magnets Cheap
Quantity
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Thickness
 
Size: 4 x 3.5
Square Cornered
.019
1.11
.68
.52
.34
.24
.20
.19
.036
1.44
.83
.65
.41
.27
.24
.22
Round Cornered
.019
1.16
.71
.55
.36
.25
.21
.20
.036
1.47
.85
.69
.44
.28
.25
.23
Size: 4.125 x 5.375
 
Die Cut
.019
1.37
.80
.65
.48
.36
.30
.28
.036
1.51
.90
.74
.56
.43
.38
.35
117

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2017 Calendar Magnets bring you this lesson in the history of the calendar:

Julian and Mayan calendars: 1st century BC

The Roman calendar introduced by Julius Caesar, and subsequently known as the Julian calendar, gets far closer to the solar year than any predecessor. By the 1st century BC reform in Rome has become an evident necessity. The existing calendar is a lunar one with extra months slipped in from to time in an attempt to adjust it. In Caesar's time this calendar is three months out in relation to the seasons.

On the advice of Sosigenes, a learned astronomer from Alexandria, Caesar adds ninety days to the year 46 BC and starts a new year on 1 January 45.

Sosigenes advises Caesar that the length of the solar year is 365 days and six hours. The natural solution is to add a day every fourth year - introducing the concept of the leap year. The extra day is added to February, the shortest of the Roman months.

Spread through the Roman empire, and later throughout Christendom, this time line proves very effective for many centuries. Only much later does a flaw yet again appear. The reason is that the solar year is not 365 days and 6 hours but 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes and 46 seconds. The difference amounts to only one day in 130 years. But over the span of history even that begins to show. Another adjustment will eventually be necessary.

While Julius Caesar is improving on the solar year of 365 days, a similar time measure has been independently arrived at on the other side of the Atlantic. Devised originally by the Olmecs of central America, it is perfected in about the 1st century AD by the Maya.

The Maya, establishing that there are 365 days in the year, divide them into 18 months of 20 days. Like the Egyptians (who have 12 months of 30 days), they complete the year by adding 5 extra days at the end - days which are considered to be extremely unlucky for any undertaking. An unusual aspect of the Mayan system is the Calendar Round, a 52-year cycle in which no two days have the same name.

 

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