Tribal Art Web Site offers free shipping to military addresses People who want to send healing and protective holiday gifts to friends and loved ones in the military, will receive free shipping from ZuniLink.com
News-Antique.com - Nov 17,2008 - News Release
Contact: William Ernest Waites, 239-482-7025
Tribal Art Web Site offers free shipping
to military addresses
Fort Myers, FL, November 17, 2008 – ZuniLink.com ( http://www.ZuniLink.com ) announces a special offer to people who want to send healing and protective gifts to friends and loved ones in the military.
The online gallery will ship gifts of Zuni fetish carvings to any military address at no charge. Also included are shipments to domestic addresses of members of the armed services.
ZuniLink Owner William Ernest Waites explained, “We think it is especially appropriate at this time of giving and gratitude to offer this free service. As collectors of Zuni fetishes know, they are considered by Native Americans to possess special powers of protection and healing.”
Waites continued, “Whether or not the recipient shares Zuni beliefs in special powers, the fact of the gift represents a material wish for good health, protection and power to the person receiving it. We are happy to pay our thanks to those who guard the ramparts by offering free shipping.”
More information about the offer and the special qualities of Zuni fetish carvings can be found at the ZuniLink website (http://www.ZuniLink.com/ZuniLink-Millitary-Shipping-Page.htm )
Aboriginals: Art of the First Person , the parent company of ZuniLink.com, is a member of the Lee County (FL) Alliance for the Arts, the Indian Arts and Crafts Association and the Southwestern Association for Indian Art. Orders may be placed online or by phoning 239-482-7025 or 800-305-0185.