FAWN GROVE, Pa., Nov. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Over the past two years, Janelle James has transformed her hobby of creating shotgun shell art into a growing business. What started with just a few items on Etsy, Ready Aim Craft now sells over 100 items made from empty shotgun shells and hopes to reach 1,000 sales by the end of 2015. In honor of Veterans Day on November 11, James has decided to utilize the shop's success to give back to the community.
This Saturday, November 7, the Pennsylvania Veterans Foundation will be celebrating their fourth anniversary with their Annual Art and Silent Auction. In addition to the basket donated by Ready Aim Craft, the event will feature artwork and door prizes, as well as other auction baskets and items. Grants will also be awarded during the event to outstanding Pennsylvania charities serving veterans.
"We receive a lot of enthusiasm from our customers that are serving or have served in the military, and also from their families," says James. "We're hoping our basket will appeal to the bidders at this weekend's auction and help garner donations for the PVF."
The auction will take place at the Park Inn (Grant East Ballroom) in Mechanicsburg, PA. Doors will open at 5:30pm, and the event begins at 6:00pm. For more information visit: http://www.paveteransfoundation.org/news/2015-art-auction-flyer.pdf.
About Ready Aim Craft
Ready Aim Craft is a craft shop comprised of various items celebrating American pride and patriotism. The shop was started in 2013 by Janelle James, and everything is created and made by her and her husband, who serves in the Air Force.
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