"American Creed" Framed Print

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Believed to be written by Thomas Paine around the American Revolution and re-touched by Dean Alfange in the 1950's "American Creed", this paragraph is a powerful statement about self reliance and taking ownership of your life.    

Ken has had a version of this creed hanging on the wall in his shop for a few decades. It always seems to catch the eye of like-minded individuals who take the time to read it. This framed print is a silent testament to the American men and women who made this nation great. All this is what makes us Americans!

Specs:
-Framed in hickory wood and stained/sealed for a unique finish
-Matted using a quality bold black matting
-Printed on high quality card stock
-Acrylic facing (rather than glass) to protect the print
-Ready to hang - sawtooth hanger is securely attached
-Proudly made in the USA

100% of the proceeds from the sales of these frames are donated to Soldier's Angels. Soldiers' Angels is a national nonprofit organization with many programs that provide aid and comfort to the men and women of the United States Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, their families, and a growing veteran population. Over 96% of every dollar donated to Soldier's Angels is used directly in support of their various programs. 

"American Creed" Framed Print
"American Creed" Framed Print
"American Creed" Framed Print
"American Creed" Framed Print
"American Creed" Framed Print

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09/06/2019

The American Creed

I absolutely love this. This was the only place I found this item that was done tastefully. I bought three of them. One for myself and the others for my sons. I appreciate the military discount and the fact that some of the proceeds go to a military charity. Thank you, God Bless America.

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