THASC Turns to Handicapped Artists to Help Businesses

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THASC reproduces the artwork of disabled artists onto greeting cards and promotional products to help businesses convey powerful messages. Paige Gray is a talented artist who also happens to be a quadriplegic with the ability to create artwork by holding a brush in her mouth. Her artwork and inspiring story are featured on a business thank you card produced by THASC.

We have all marveled at amazing artwork created by artists with disabilities. Not only does the beauty of their artwork evoke a sense of awe and wonder, but their artwork also conveys powerful messages. It is no wonder that many businesses are turning to handicapped artists.

THASC Sales Company Inc. is one such company. THASC stands for The Handicapped and Senior Citizens. THASC's business model is based on reproducing the artwork of disabled artists on an assortment of greeting cards and promotional business products. These products enable other businesses to utilize the abilities of disabled artists to convey powerful messages to their clients and colleagues.

Paige Gray is a talented artist who also happens to be a quadriplegic with the ability to create artwork by holding a brush in her mouth. One of her paintings, “COUNTRYSIDE” is reproduced on a business thank you greeting card by THASC. The front of the card shows a reproduction of Paige’s painting which depicts a country scene of a quaint boat rolling down a river with a few houses and hills in the background. The back of the card shares Paige’s inspiring story. The interior of the card contains the message, “Our heartfelt thanks for your continued patronage”.

You can view Paige’s artwork and the artwork of other artists with disabilities by visiting http://www.thasc.com. While visiting THASC you can also purchase greeting cards and promotional products featuring these artists’ creations.

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