Pilot Corporation of America (Pilot Pen) is once again teaming up with STOMP Out Bullying, the leading national bullying and cyberbullying prevention organization, to invite parents and students to help end the bullying epidemic through their “Erase Bullying for Good” campaign. The campaign aims to help erase bullying in U.S. schools by utilizing the funds raised from sales of the FriXion Clicker erasable gel ink pen, which allows one to “Write Fearlessly” through its smooth writing and clean erasing capabilities, to raise awareness and support STOMP Out Bullying’s educational and assistance programs. Pilot is donating a total of $125,000 to help address this serious issue that affects nearly one in four American students.
“Every year Pilot Pen strives to provide students with the best tools to tackle the school year in the form of high quality writing instruments, but after witnessing the increasing prevalence of bullying and cyberbullying in America we also want to help erase this serious issue in our schools,” said Ariann Langsam, Director of Marketing at Pilot Corporation of America. “STOMP Out Bullying’s programs are a wonderful resource for those affected by bullying and Pilot is proud to continue supporting the organization’s wonderful mission.”
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