Jun 8, 2011

In Support of Breast Cancer research


PRESS RELEASE
06/07/2011
For Immediate Release
Contact:
ImpressArt Metal Stamps
Adam Wolter
(631)940-8550


ImpressArt™ to Give Away Jewelry Stamps to Support Breast Cancer Research 

At this year's Bead & Button Show, ImpressArt will offer two free stamp giveaways, unveil brand new products, and give free demonstrations

Milwaukee, WI - ImpressArt will be giving away thousands of free stamps to support breast cancer research at the Bead & Button Show later this week. Participants can visit their booth and make a donation-of any amount-to the Medical College of Wisconsin's breast cancer research program. As a thank you, they'll receive a free design stamp of the breast cancer awareness ribbon to show their support and help spread the message.
Additionally, all participants at the Bead Social and Auction Night (June 10, from 9-10pm) will receive a free breast cancer awareness ribbon stamp.
And that's just one of ImpressArt's free giveaways. To celebrate the unveiling of 20 new design stamps and 4 new letter sets, ImpressArt will also be giving away a free heart, star, or spiral design stamp, valued at $8, to all participants who stop by the booth.
In addition to their collection of brand new jewelry tools, ImpressArt will also be releasing their first-ever counter top display for bead shops. Shop owners interested in carrying ImpressArt's exclusive metal stamp sets should stop by the ImpressArt booth to learn about dealer show specials and pricing.
ImpressArt will be exhibiting at booth #935-937 at the Bead and Button Show, from June 8-12.
For more information about ImpressArt metal stamps, visit ImpressArt.com

About ImpressArt

ImpressArt Metal Stamps offers jewelry artists exciting letter and design stamps that will leave a lasting impression on their artwork. All stamps are precision-cut from hardened steel, and are hardened to last project after project. From design to manufacturing ImpressArt metal stamps are created with the jewelry artist in mind. 

1 comments:

  1. Yeah, I saw that in my inbox a few days ago. It is a worthy cause. Pearl

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