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A Sale on Metallic Embroidery Thread

13th October 2009

A Sale on Metallic Embroidery Thread

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82314nIf you are on our mailing list, you probably did hear about our latest special.  If not, you most likely don’t know.  One of the best ways to keep up with what is happening at EnMart is to be on our mailing list.  We offer e-mail only specials, and those who get our newsletters are generally the first to know about new events or products or sales at EnMart.  If you aren’t currently on the list, please contact us.  We’ll be more than happy to add you to our mailings.

Whether or not you are currently on the mailing list, I did want to make sure that everyone who reads this blog knows about our latest special.  In addition to the October monthly specials which were announced on October 1, we’ve also added one additional monthly special.

We know that metallic machine embroidery thread frightens a lot of people, so it seemed appropriate to offer a metallic embroidery thread special in a month devoted to ghoulies and ghosties and things that go bump in the night.   For the remainder of the month of October, all our metallic embroidery thread is on sale for 10% off the regular price.   If you’ve been searching for a way to add some sparkle to your holiday embroidery, our metallic thread is the perfect solution.

We understand that many of you may be wary of metallic thread, but we urge you to try our thread.  When we say it’s different than most metallic threads, we speak from experience.   Our parent company runs this thread in all our plants, so we know it runs more smoothly, with less thread breaks and fraying.  We also know it adds a superior sparkle and shine to all your metallic embroidery.  If you’ve reached the end of your rope with other metallic threads, or you are frightened of having to deal with a metallic thread that doesn’t run properly, we ask you to give our metallic thread a try.

We know you’ll be pleased with the result.

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