Harvest Time Partners, Inc. Announces Special Discount Pricing Structure for Schools and Charitable Organizations

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Discount Pricing for New Character-Building Conversation Games to Help Support Fund-raising Opportunities for Organizations

New Conversation Games from Harvest Time Partners

New Conversation Games from Harvest Time Partners

We look forward to partnering with organizations on building and strengthening character.

Harvest Time Partners, Inc., a rapidly growing personal- and professional-development company, is announcing a special discount pricing structure for schools and 501c3 charitable organizations. Harvest Time Partners is offering the discount pricing across the entire line of new conversation games designed to build and strengthen character, one conversation at a time. The games are a part of Harvest Time Partners’ Character Creates Opportunity® brand.

David Esposito, managing partner for Harvest Time Partners, said, “We are experiencing tremendous demand for our new games that help families and educators open the door to more effective communication and to encourage real-life decision making based on principles such as honesty, loyalty, and commitment. We are responding to support the needs of schools and charitable organizations who want access to our games to support their fund-raising needs. Basically, we are offering wholesale pricing on our games to schools and 501c3 charitable organizations. Organizations can then sell the games at retail or better pricing to supplement their general fund-raising programs.”

The discount-pricing program is being offered on Harvest Time Partners’ recently launched conversation games and include:

Abundant Harvest® for Kids and Abundant Harvest® for Teens & Adults. Both game versions are revised and updated based on the original patented and award-winning versions launched in 2008. The new game offerings address the feedback and valuable insights offered by parents and educators as well as the children who played them. Both remain true to the intent of the original versions: to help families and educators open the door to more effective communication and to encourage decision making based on principles such as honesty, loyalty, and commitment with the intent of reinforcing the law of the harvest—you reap what you sow.

Face to Face™. This new conversation game is suitable for play in a variety of forums such as typical family gatherings at home, on vacations and road trips, or as engaging conversation starters for small-group parties. The games help to encourage open and honest conversations on real-world issues and to develop the critical life-skill of effective face-to-face communication in a world that is rapidly changing how people connect. There are three versions of the game: Face to Face Kids Edition, Face to Face Teen Edition, and Face to Face Dinner Party Edition.

David Esposito said, “We look forward to partnering with organizations on building and strengthening character. Organizations can contact me directly for specific terms and conditions of our pricing and we hope to support them in exceeding their fund-raising targets.”

For more information or to discuss additional products and services from Harvest Time Partners, Inc., please visit the company website at http://www.harvesttimepartners.com. You can also contact David Esposito at (877) 786-4278 or david(at)harvesttimepartners(dot)com.

About Harvest Time Partners, Inc.
Harvest Time Partners, Inc. was formed over 20 years ago to enable individuals, families, and organizations to reach their full potential in an increasingly complex and unpredictable world through customized, character-building programs and services. The company’s patented and award-winning family-based games have been embraced by families, schools, counseling programs, and faith-based organizations worldwide. They support the development of character and the importance of principle-based decision making—you reap what you sow.

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