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Mutare Enterprises Opens For Business

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CONTACT:
Bill Holland (360)878-1757
Beverly King (360)349-1344
Mutare Enterprises
mutareenterprises@gmail.com
www.the1259shuttle.com

Mutare Enterprises Opens For Business
Locally Owned and Operated; Makers of Fine Lavender Products

Olympia, WA – August 30, 2011 – Locally owned Mutare Enterprises has opened for business. This company, which was inspired by the new book “The 12/59 Shuttle From Yesterday to Today,” makes lavender necklaces, headbands, and bracelets, just like the ones worn by the characters in this new novel by William Holland.

Made from the finest cotton blend and cotton/modal, and filled with the freshest lavender from Sequim, Washington, these wonderful Adornments by Mutare are hand-crafted and guaranteed to provide soothing aromatherapy wherever you go.

Throughout history lavender has been used as a calming agent because of its unique characteristics and scent. Now that scent can accompany anyone wearing one of these finely made products. The initial offering comes in black and purple tie-dye with other colors to follow soon, and they are being offered at a low introductory price while initial supplies last. To find out more about the Adornments by Mutare go to www.the1259shuttle.com. It is there that you can also find out about the exciting new book, “The 12/59 Shuttle From Yesterday to Today,” also offered on that website. This book, by local author William Holland, has been called by one reviewer a “hilarious tale of impending doom” and will satisfy the literary tastes of fiction, fantasy, and romance lovers everywhere.

ABOUT MUTARE ENTERPRISES: Mutare began business in August, 2011, inspired by the book “The 12/59 Shuttle From Yesterday to Today.” All Mutare products are mentioned in the book. The company is owned by Beverly King and Bill Holland and it is unique in that it is a family operation from start to finished product. The business was begun to provide the family members with a learning experience in the field of business and to bring the family closer through a joint business effort.

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