FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 23. 2010
CAN A CRAFT HUNDREDS OF YEARS OLD SURVIVE THE DECLINING ECONOMY
MESA, AZ (3/23/10) --
It is not an economic time for a business that specializes in gifts and such unique products as horse hair accessories to do very well and it is certainly an uncommon accomplishment, but to have that business abundanlty grow in these times, is outstanding and also a monumental task. If fact, in today's market every kind of business is closing the doors by the thousands, but this is not the case with Knot-A-Tail. An Arizona business that was been around for over 20 years. The company features such exclusive gift items for the equestrian world such as key chains that are hand-braided from horse hair, hand-carved leather belts and one-of-a kind hitched belts for to satisfy even the most elite of horseman, as well as priceless hitched horse hair bridles that range up into the thousand dollar price range.
Braiding horse hair is as old is the west, a tradition that has been handed down by generations of the American Cowboys. Historians believe that the original horse hair art dates back to the the Moors who conquered Spain in the 8th century. Spaniards brought the horse hair art to the New World where it was refined. Cowboys, Indians, Mexicans, sheep herders, and right up to today, even prison inmates have primarily work with horse hair as an ageless art form.
Roberta Edstrom has been a retailer of horse hair Art for over 20 years and one year ago this April Roberta started a new on-line horse hair retail store called Knot-A-Tail. The on-line stores sells orignal designs of horse hair jewelry and hundreds of other horse hair gifts and western wear.
To celebrate the first anniversary, the store is having a full month of give-aways. A Knot-A-Tial gift item will be given away every day for the entire month of April, 2010. Everyone who is registered for the Knot-A-Tail newsletter will be eligible for the daily drawing along with week-end specials and games, for even more changes to win. Just visit Knot-A-Tail.com