BrightStone Announces Arrival of 2013 Christmas Card Collection

BrightStone 2013 Christmas Card Collection     BJ-3313-Baby-Jesus- NEW      SM-3313-Snowmen - NEW      PA-3313-Pineapple-Closed - NEW   FRANKLIN, TN—BrightStone announces the arrival of its 2013 Christmas card collection. Each year, adults with special needs who attend BrightStone design Christmas cards that are sold to customers locally and around the country with all proceeds benefitting BrightStone. This year, four new designs are for sale, in addition to popular designs from past years.  The four cards for 2013 include “Angel Wishes” by Kate and Jon F., “Little Baby in a Manger” by Adam and Catherine, “We Three Snowmen” by Jon H. and Philip, and “Warm Welcome” by Bobby and Stephen.  “We are so excited about the 2013 Christmas card collection!” BrightStone’s Executive Director Brenda Hauk shared. “Our adults are very proud of their artwork, and we are proud of our adults!”  BrightStone’s students have been designing Christmas cards for several years, and with the donated services of local graphic designer Miranda Fuller of grafixentrik, the designs are polished, professional cards that are sent by businesses and families around the country.  BrightStone’s Christmas cards are for sale through the organization’s online store at brightstone.org/catalog, and will be available at BrightStone’s annual Jingle Bell Sale on December 6 & 7 and at local community fairs.   Cards are packaged in packs of 4 (all one design) and sell for $5 per pack. Cards are available with your business logo or personalized message with a minimum purchase of 100 cards.  All proceeds from Christmas card sales benefit BrightStone and their adults with developmental disabilities.  BrightStone is a resource in the community providing job training and life learning opportunities for adults who are developmentally disabled. Please visit our website at www.brightstone.org/shop to view our cards.  For questions or to learn more about BrightStone please call (615) 790-4888 or email info@brightstone.org
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