Agoura Hills, CA (WiredPRNews.com) Every American soldier, whether Marine, Army, Navy, Air Force or Coast Guard shares one thing in common. Their common denominator is the combat boots they march in.
In honor of our U.S. soldiers, this will be the first time that the commemorative sterling silver Honor Boot will be sold to the general public. Part of the proceeds from these combat boot necklaces will be provided to American Gold Star Mothers who have lost a child in service to our country.
Despite efforts to stop the spread of violence in the Middle East and overseas, one jewelry designer explains why the Honor Boot is so important to American families:
“When we sat down to design this new piece, we wanted to send a message. We wanted to honor all of our men and women in uniform with a piece of fine jewelry that says, ‘Thank you. We love you. We’re thinking about you.’”
The Honor Boot is an exact replica of the over three million military issue combat boots worn by our soldiers across the globe. They come in a sturdy all-American box so that they may be passed down through the generations. This is truly an heirloom that can be cherished by military families.
The inside cover of the box is printed with an inspirational Bible verse from Jeremiah:
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”
These solid sterling silver boots are made to represent the strength, dedication, and sacrifice for every American soldier who has ever worn a pair of combat boots.
“This is only a small gesture,” says Honor Boot visionary, Jay Rosenberg, “of our love and appreciation for all our service men and women who fight to protect our freedom.”
If you have a friend or family member who has lost a loved one, or want to remember someone overseas or at home fighting for our freedom today, these boots are a symbol of your gratitude for their service to our country. Not only will you be showing your appreciation toward your loved ones, but you will be helping countless mothers across the country who have lost a son or daughter in military service.
If you would like more information about the sterling silver Honor Boot, visit HonorBoot.com or call Jay Rosenberg at 818-279-2678