Traveler's Prayer Launches New Product Line at New York International Gift Fair

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Traveler's Prayer, a specialty gift company located in the Hudson Valley Region of New York, will debut a new product line called Safe Journey at the New York International Gift Fair on August 12 in Manhattan. This series of designer amulets and charms contain travel-related prayers printed in the Holy Land. The company, formed in response to the founders' desire to make available a convenient and safe way to carry portions of scripture, has developed three pocket-sized talismans, made of solid brass or resin, that can be easily carried in a pocket, purse, car, boat, knapsack or attaché to provide comfort and peace of mind.

The birds represent the freedom to travel safe from harm

Traveler's Prayer, a specialty gift company located in the Hudson Valley Region of New York, will debut a new product line called Safe Journey at the New York International Gift Fair on August 12 in Manhattan. This series of designer amulets and charms contain travel-related prayers printed in the Holy Land.

The company, formed in response to the founders' desire to make available a convenient and safe way to carry portions of scripture, has developed three pocket-sized talismans, made of solid brass or resin, that can be easily carried in a pocket, purse, car, boat, knapsack or attaché to provide comfort and peace of mind.

Traveler's Prayer spokesperson J.I. Kappel said the company will donate its first 5,000 units to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, for distribution to American service men and women being deployed to overseas assignments. The VFW operates many programs to benefit the nation's armed forces, including the Military Assistance Program, which provides a variety of services for military personnel and their families returning from and leaving for overseas duty.

Ms. Crystal Lauver, Assistant Director of the VFW Military Assistance Program, said, "We are very pleased to be part of the initial launch of this product. Regardless of religious background, Americans support and appreciate the effort of all our service members, so the donation of the Traveler's Prayer is a wonderful gesture. We will distribute this first donation with nondenominational prayers, to be appropriate for all, to our locations where meetings are conducted and make them available to our attendees."

Company spokesperson Kappel noted that Traveler's Prayer will continue to make similar contributions and that one of its major suppliers, Scicon Technologies of Valencia, California, was particularly supportive in facilitating the donation to the MAP. Artist Harvey Brody of California created three designs that feature birds in free flight for the Safe Journey line. "The birds represent the freedom to travel safe from harm," Brody said.

About Traveler's Prayer

The Traveler's Prayer will be widely distributed through retail stores and catalogs, available as a fund raiser through the company and sold via the internet at http://www.travelers-prayer.com. The company has developed innovative fundraising ideas and has the ability to customize the product to meet corporate and institutional needs. The three designs in the initial Safe Journey line feature birds in free flight, laser etched on the solid brass model and etched with gold leaf on the two resin models. All designs are similarly sized at 2.5" by .5". The items are light, durable, come with a velour pouch for carrying in a pocket, purse, backpack or attaché, and are also available as a keychain.

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