Summit, NJ (PRWEB) November 26, 2010
Founded in 2010 and based in Summit, NJ, Three Pillars Trading Co. searches the globe for unique items, which reflect the indigenous arts and crafts of various world regions, while fostering fair trade with native communities. The goal is to empower these communities by providing them with a platform to showcase their incredible handcrafted work to a worldwide audience.
The name represents the “three pillars” of social enterprise: social, environmental, and economic. Three Pillars Trading Co. works directly with the artisans, co-ops, and small companies who produce these fine gifts. The products featured by Three Pillars Trading Co. are made with an eye towards sustainability and minimization of waste; products are chosen to showcase each region’s natural resources and talent without exploiting or endangering either of them.
Three Pillars Trading Co. emphasizes that the social enterprise aspect of Three Pillars Trading Co. is not what determines the pricing model; on the contrary, the prices reflect the quality and craftsmanship of the goods offered. Three Pillars Trading Co.’s singular goal is to provide customers with the highest quality goods, while adhering to the principles of fair trade; this is not only Three Pillars Trading Co.’s corporate mission but also good business sense. Further, by providing Three Pillars Trading Co.’s partners with an avenue to financial independence, they enable them to focus on the production of the high quality merchandise that discerning consumers demand, and reasonable pricing that today’s consumers need.
So, if you are in need of the perfect gift for Mom, Dad, graduate, teacher, friend, or co-worker, give Three Pillars Trading Co. a try, and get free shipping now through Christmas with the coupon code LAUNCH2010. Their inventory, stocked with one-of-a-kind, high-quality gifts, has something for everyone on your list. The website features a variety of handmade jewelry, handcrafted all natural bath goods, home goods such as quilts and tablecloths, and more. Every gift given to family members and friends is also a gift of independence and self-reliance for talented artisans in another part of the world.