Ladies AA Jewelry, Gifts & Medallions Now Being Offered at SoberMedallions.com
Industry: Recovery Medallions
SoberMedallions.com has just made it easier to support a special lady in your life going through a recovery program with their new selection of AA jewelry and gifts.
US (PRUnderground) October 22nd, 2012
Would you like to support a woman who is making progress in a 12-Step program like AA or Al-Anon? SoberMedallions.com, a leading retailer in AA Coins and Medallions is letting you do just that with a new assortment of jewelry, special medallions and gifts made especially with the women of Alcoholics Anonymous & Al-Anon in mind. These sobriety coins come in an assortment of colors including pinks and purples as well as the standard bronze coins.
There are also medallions available in gold and silver. The new assortment of medallions includes tokens with birds, flowers, angels and even butterflies. A butterfly makes a wonderful gift for anyone in Al-Anon or AA. It’s also appropriate to give to a person you introduce or sponsor in Al-Anon. It’s a symbol of hope, love, change, and beauty. As people grow and change in AA and Al-Anon, they are transformed like a beautiful butterfly!
Sober Medallions’ special section for women includes sterling silver unity pendants and matching earrings. And most selections are less than $30. The circle stands for the whole world of A.A., and the triangle stands for A.A.’s Three Legacies of Alcoholics Anonymous, Recovery, Unity, and Service. This jewelry will encourage others to approach them to share their stories and support. It will also help motivate your loved one to continue with their recovery.
This new set of gifts also includes key rings, greeting cards, watches and even t-shirts! SoberMedallions.com has gifts to fit every personality! These gifts are the perfect way to encourage, inspire, and empower. And right now, SoberMedallions.com is offering free shipping in the U.S. on any orders over $75. So don’t wait to show your support. Every day matters.
About Sober Medallions
Bob F, founder of Sober Medallions, knows what these medallions mean to recovering alcoholics and their families. He just earned his 39th year medallion this month. Bob used the program to turn his life around and got involved with recovery medallions so that he could help others follow the same path. Bob understands that the members of these recovery programs need something to focus on, a way to know that people believe in them and are counting on them. They use these tokens as a goal – to reach that next day, month, or year. These gifts can be a personal memento to remind us of the importance of each day of sobriety. Visit the website to learn more about how you can inspire a survivor with these recovery medallions. www.SoberMedallions.com. Contact Bob with any questions about recovery gifts at 845-279-3999 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.