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Pet Star Cards Offers Interfaith Cards for the Holiday Season
Christmas and Hanukkah cards are now available for pet lovers.
Miami, FL (PRWEB via PR Web Direct) December 6, 2004 -- Pet Star Cards, based in Miami,. is experiencing unprecedented interest in their whimsical greeting card line. Interfaith cards are the newest trend in holiday greetings. People from all walks of life are celebrating their diversity with cards that represent both Christmas & Hanukkah. You don’t have to be from a mixed marriage to send an Interfaith card. Everyone knows someone of a different faith, and now the family pet can get in on the fad.
Joan Saperstein, President of Pet Star Cards, says, “There has been a definite rise in the sales of our Interfaith Cards. Pets bring people from all walks of life together.”
Especially popular are the Labradors, Dachshunds, Pugs and of course the Yorkshire Terriers. Their exclusive greeting card line features Christmas, Hanukkah, and Interfaith cards, as well as everyday Note cards and even Patriotic themes. This line can be seen in gift stores and pet specialty stores nationwide, as well as on their website: http://www.petstar.net/catalog0402/Interfaith.html.
About Pet Star Corporation
Pet Star Corporation has been focusing their lenses on pets and their families for the past 10 years. They have been featured on many TV shows and in news articles, because of their unique focus on the pet. The emphasis is on the animal and getting him to look his or her best.
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