Share your love of motorcycling this holiday season while staying connected with loved ones and friends with beautiful motorcycle-related AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame holiday cards.
Proceeds from this fundraiser directly benefit the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame.
Cards range from Santa Claus riding through a snow-covered covered bridge, to a peaceful winter night scene showcasing a motorcycle parked outside a home, to cards featuring your own photo. There are 68 different box sets to choose from. Box sets contain 25 cards and 26 envelopes.
You can customize your cards with a personalized message for free. Plus, you get free customized address labels.
Check them out at amahofcards.secureprintorder.com.
The mission of the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation is to celebrate, elucidate and preserve the rich tradition of motorcycling in America.
The charitable purpose of the Foundation includes: Preserving the heritage of motorcycling and educating the public in respect to American motorcycling’s great traditions through the operation of a museum; creating and maintaining archives of publications, photographs, records and other documents relevant to the history of motorcycling; maintaining a Hall of Fame to honor those persons who have contributed to the heritage of motorcycling; and cooperating with other high quality museums, archives and projects consistent with the mission of the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation to develop the premier museum on motorcycling in America.
An important side note is that the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Greeting Card Shop is committed to Environmental Stewardship in all of its printing processes. The company is part of a worldwide effort to sustain and protect the environment, especially the planet’s valuable forests.
The Greeting Card Shop’s parent company, BP Solutions Group, is chain-of-custody certified with the Forest Stewardship Council. This type of certification ensures that products made from trees pass from a certified, well-managed forest to a certified paper manufacturer, merchant and printer.