New Store More Than T-Shirts

By Andrew Stewart | Dec 20, 2012
Photo by: Hope Elephants

The Hope Elephants Museum Store at 29 Main Street, Camden, is stocked with a variety of elephant-related merchandise, including fine art photographs of our resident elephants, Rosie and Opal, by Hope’s Amy Wilton. They are available in two sizes, mounted and ready for gift giving or your own wall, and her 5x7 note cards are as suitable for framing as for mailing.

Elephant hats integrating long trunks and floppy ears delight the children who stop in and would be a perfect holiday gift.

Hope Elephants logo items such as t-shirts, hoodies, hats, bandanas, bracelets, pencils and pens are available, but the shelves are also stocked with hand crafted jewelry and ornaments, zipped elephant-shaped small purses, logo water bottles, stuffed elephants, and tote bags that zip into themselves to carry easily in a purse to have handy when needed. Other conservation-related gift items are also available.

Store hours are Monday through Friday, 12 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays 6 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

All profits go to the Hope Elephants 501(c)(3) organization whose goals are to care for elephants with medical needs by employing state of the art veterinary therapeutic treatments and to serve as an educational platform for the issues of wildlife conservation using the example of elephants.

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