NEW YORK, July 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Backers of the Menorah Islands artificial islands concept can now proudly exhibit their support for the economic cooperation project by purchasing a commemorative item from its online store.
The Menorah Islands Project online shop, found on www.themenorahislands.com/store, carries more than 60 items bearing the Menorah Islands Project logo as well as photos and illustrations of the concept.
The profits from the sale of these items will go directly to funding several feasibility studies. These studies will determine the economic and environmental possibilities of constructing a series of nine artificial islands off the coast of Israel.
"The next step in this epic journey is to conduct a thorough feasibility study to determine the economic and environmental impacts of this undertaking [and] determine what the actual operating costs would be," according to the Menorah Islands Project website, www.themenorahislands.com. "The Menorah Islands Project is an ambitious vision for the future. However, we can't do it without your help."
The wide range of items available in the store can satisfy a large array of tastes, needs, and price points. Donors can choose from smaller and portable items such as keychains and pins, clothing such as t-shirts and ties, tote and laptop bags, and even office supplies such as mousepads and mugs. Items in the Menorah Islands store start at under $2.00 and are sure to satisfy every need and budget.
To learn more about project and visit the online shop, visit www.themenorahislands.com.
ABOUT THE MENORAH ISLANDS PROJECT:
The Menorah Islands Project is a concept for a group of nine artificial islands—seven permanent and two that emerge from the water —off the coast of Israel in the Mediterranean Sea. A beautiful place to live, work, and vacation, the Menorah Islands would be a world center for education, a model for environmentally-friendly practices, a showcase for emerging technologies, and would be a safe haven for people of all religions and races.
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