Posted by Philip on September 14, 2010 at 01:53 PM CST
The Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting Society charity medallions continue to sell at a brisk pace. As of Tuesday, fewer than 60 pieces remain. PSWCS is extremely happy with the success of the fundraiser to date, and looks forward to selling out quickly.

The cost of the medallions is $10 + shipping and fees, and all proceeds benefit Canine Corps. Canine Corps is a kennel that houses and cares for the dogs of US servicemen who are deployed in Iraq, Afghanistan and Africa. They provide this service free of charge for dogs whose owners have no other means of caring for their pets while overseas. These medallions were initially only available to purchase at Celebration 5, but with a small number remaining PSWCS now offers them to anyone else who might want one. The medallions are part of a one-time run of 1,000 pieces, and come with a certificate of authenticity. Sales are limited to two per customer.

Please visit the site for additional details, and thank you for supporting this worthy charity!

PSWCS.com
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