Where’s That Ship from?

March 25, 2015

As our ship shaped Nova Scotia Fisherman displays are docking up at more locations across Canada, we would like to take a moment and let you know where they come from!

These beautifully hand crafted displays set sail from Plank ‘N’ Hammer Wood working Services in Waterville Nova Scotia. Since 1980, the Plank ‘N’ Hammer Woodworking services has provided employment opportunities to adults with intellectual and physical challenges in Kings County. They are a not-for- profit vocational small business center and a program run through Kings Regional Rehabilitation Centre. They do incredible work with developing potential and improving the lives of people in our community.

They do an absolutely amazing job with crafting our ship shaped displays and we feel honored to work with a company who supports people who may otherwise have difficultly finding employment. So here is a thank you to Plank “N” Hammer for all of their wonderful work!

Order your personalized ship shaped display full of Nova Scotia Fisherman Products now by contacting orders@novascotiafisherman.com and have a look at Plank ‘N’ Hammer’s website!

http://www.nsnet.org/planknhammer/


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