Order Early! Sky Ranch Holiday Cards Pre-Orders Now Being Accepted!

Sky Ranch for Boys and the Sky Ranch Foundation are pleased to announce that pre-orders are now being accepted for their Limited Edition 2010 Holiday Greeting Cards! The cards, which feature art painted at Sky Ranch by 14 year-old Carlos T. of Sioux City, Iowa, are available in Deluxe (including up to 3 lines of personal imprinting) or Standard (no personalized imprint) versions.

Both versions feature the same high quality card stock and premium foil-lined envelopes with the handy peel and seal feature (no more licking!). Prices have been held for 2010 at the same level as for the past several years. Standard cards cost $50 per box of 25 cards and envelopes. Deluxe cards cost $10 more per box of 25, but include up to 3 lines of personal imprint. The lines, of up to 35 characters (letters, numbers, punctuation or blank spaces) each, may be used inside the card and/or on the envelope flap for a return address. Most users choose a single line for their name or company inside the cards and a two-line return address on the envelope flap. Additional special requests can be handled including logos or additional lines of type.

Orders may be placed by mail, phone or fax immediately. On-line ordering via the Foundation's web site will be available in mid-September at www.skyranchfoundation.org.

Each year, thousands of Sky Ranch Holiday cards are shared among the friends and supporters of Sky Ranch. They are not only an ideal way to share holiday wishes, they also capture the spirit of the season perfectly because a significant portion of the price paid helps Sky Ranch provide a second chance to troubled kids from all parts of America, as they have been doing for 50 years with the support of the alcohol beverage industry and friends. These unique cards, featuring artwork painted at Sky Ranch, are unlike any other cards on the market and are only available through the Sky Ranch Foundation.

Please call Foundation HQ at 540-891-7201 for more information.

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