Retro 1951 Popper "Donut Dollies"
What lifts morale and gets you going in the morning...DONUTS!
This was the case in 1918, during World War I when the Salvation Army sent young women volunteers to the war front to give out donuts and coffee to soldiers. It gave them a sense of home and lifted their spirits during their tough combat missions. In 1938, the Salvation Army established "National Donut Day" in June to honor these brave young women that served during WWI and continued to serve throughout the Vietnam War. In the same way, we created this special Tornado covered in donuts to lift morale and inspire you to do a great job, even in the toughest circumstances.
This rollerball pen has two dozen acid-etched donuts that's been glazed with sugary frosting and finished with chrome accents, numbered top ring and commemorative packaging.
- Donut Dollies Tornado Popper - XRR-17P3
- Limited Edition of 918 pieces (Significance: Donut Dollies began in 1918)
- Acid-etched Barrel
- Numbered top ring
- Graphic packaging tube
- Chrome accents
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