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    Cross X Liberty United Collector's Edition Capless Rollerball

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    Cross X Liberty United Collector's Edition Capless Rollerball
    Cross is proud to partner with Liberty United to launch a very special collectible pen that supports the mission to stop gun violence on the streets by supporting programs to protect at-risk children in dangerous neighborhoods in America. The bold silhouette of the Cross X Liberty United rollerball has a solid metal body with patented, snap-open, snap-shut telescoping mechanism. A disk of blackened steel from a melted-down illegal gun is set into the crown and marked with the Liberty United logo. The pen’s clip has the serial number of an illegal gun - removed from circulation by police working with Liberty United - that will never again be on the streets.

    Liberty United donates 20% of its proceeds to invest back into the communities to fund education and recreation programs for children in the highest crime areas, transforming a gun into helping transform a life.
    To date, Liberty United has funded programs for more than 3,000 at-risk children across the United States. Each year more than 17,000 American children fall victim to gun violence. You can help Liberty United and Cross save lives every time you write.

    The Liberty United also accepts the Cross Jumbo ball pen refill. #8562

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