Announces Plans to Expand Their Line of Motivational Word Stones and Pocket Tokens in Order to Focus on the Church, School and Corporate Markets

Share Article is expanding their already extensive line of inspirational word stones and pocket tokens in order to focus on large scale corporate, school and church event sales. These pocket stones and tokens are used for fundraising and as motivational tools and incentives. has decided to focus on large scale sales of their engraved word stones and pocket tokens by targeting corporate, church and school sales. The word stones and pocket tokens are used by these institutions as motivational tools, fundraising items and incentives. carries an extensive line of word rocks and pocket coins and has recently expanded the line to include a variety of custom designs as well.

The word stones and pocket tokens are reasonably priced and well made. The pocket tokens are made of lead free pewter. The stones come in a variety of materials including glass, river stones, marble and pewter. Both the pocket tokens and word stones can be custom designed.

" has seen an increase in large event sales in the past year and we look forward to concentrating on this trend," says Brenda, the owner. In addition to business, school and church sales, has seen the word stones and pocket tokens used for funerals, weddings, bat mitzvahs, bar mitzvahs, retirements, encouragement, sports team motivation, hospital gift bags, bereavement, memorial, etc.

"The stones and tokens carry positive messages and are an inexpensive way to pass on a meaningful thought," Brenda says. Customers are constantly sharing how they have used the stones and tokens in positive, meaningful ways. They are also an excellent way to memorialize a loved one. also carries a wholesale line of stones and gift bags. These items are perfect for Christian bookstores, yoga centers, gift stores, New Age stores and Hospital gift stores. Most retail for under $2.00 each making them very affordable.

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