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Joe Jones Introduces Airmail Greetings

by Pat 7. November 2011 14:03

National aviation artist, Joe JonesDenver, CO: Nationally recognized award-winning aviation artist, Joe Jones proudly launches "Joe Jones' Airmail Greetings", his new "all aviation theme" greeting card line.

Over the next several years Jones will be working full throttle to thoughtfully depict five main areas of aviation, GA, Warbird, Vintage, Corporate Jet and Turbo Prop, and Commercial Airlines. Along with a custom design service, Jones will also be developing work to both help recognize and gratefully thank many of the unsung heroes in aviation. From bush pilots and aviation system testers to airline attendants and ground personnel, Jones vows to help send a spotlight to all that live and work as the backbone of aviation today.

As one example, have you ever once seen a congratulations card for First Solo, Instrument rating, Tail Wheel, Float Plane endorsement or Commercial rating? Jones will be the very first artist in the field to ever develop an entire line of signature greeting cards to help celebrate many of the achievements and milestones in the lives and hearts of aviators around the world. Along with the new congratulation card line, "Airmail Greetings" will be introducing holiday, thank you, good luck, retirement, birthday, get well, and much needed aviation sympathy cards honoring all that have flown West.

Please visit him at: www.airmail-greetings.com

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