Demory's Sales Rep's

The Demorys Independent Rep Group
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My wife and I owned our own Christmas Shop for 11 years
We know what you face day to day in your business

We Represent Egyptian Museum Glass Ornaments and Gifts
To see if we are the Reps for your area please call 301-799-7009
For information about selling Egyptian Museum Glass,in your store contact
Steve or Charlotte Demory at 301-799-7009 or Email

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Egyptian Museum Glass

Thank you for considering Egyptian Museum as your vendor for 

Fine Egyptian Glass Collectibles.

All of our glass collectibles are individually handcrafted by 

Egyptian glass artists.

The artist takes the glass through a series of steps: 

including mouth blowing 

the glass, engraving a design, adding 24 karat Gold trim, 

painting and finally baking in the color.

The end result is a truly elegant and timeless treasure to cherish.

Made with German Pyrex Glass.

There is a minimum order of $300.00 on Egyptian Glass. Minimum items are as follows.
Ornaments minimum 6 each assorted colors, or all 6 one color.
Boxed sets are 3 box minimum, Garland minimum is 3,
 Icicles-minimum 3 boxes assorted or all clear.
Perfume Bottles minimum 6 (if ordering 6 or more styles, minimum 3 bottles)
Tree Toppers-minimum 2, Wine Glasses minimum 6 per color, Decanters minimum 1 Candle Holders-Minimum 4 (2 per color, All others tabletop -3) Click Picture Below to Visit Egyptian Museum Glass Website 
For information about selling these items in your store contact Steve or Charlie Demory at  301-799-7009 or Email

To See How Glass is made click above link
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SantaSearch - Touching the Hearts of Children with Letters from Santa!

We received this from one of our customers

Monday, November 30, 2009

A Chance to be Profound

The storefront glittered and gleamed with holiday lights, artificial snowflakes, and glittering figures. The four of us looked at each other; eyes big . . "Okay, just remember . . . no touching," we reminded the kids. "Now let's go have fun!"

As we entered the Christmas shop, we were overwhelmed with the sights, sounds, and even smells of Christmas. I was initially drawn to the Fontanini nativity figures. My son, however, beckoned for us all to "Come here!" He was enamored with a newest Christmas village (or so it seemed to us), the neighborhood from "A Christmas Story." Yep, there was Ralphie in his pink bunny suit, there was the house bedecked with Christmas lights, the Chinese restaurant, Scut Farkus & his toadie, all of it. Well, not all of it. We longed for the school and the flagpole. I'm sure that will be along soon. Such fun we all had looking at all the vignettes.

Soon we moved on . . .

There were Christmas villages and ornaments in every hue and genre and nightlights and nutcrackers and candles and flags and music boxes and table clothes and advent calendars and tree skirts and cookie jars and perfume bottles and anything else you can imagine. Chocolates? Yes, even chocolates.

We had such fun picking things out for here and for there. It's not every day I find a glittery tree ornament in the perfect shade of lavender for my powder room!

I had spied a few things the kids should have -- from Santa Claus, of course, so my husband, ever-the-helpful elf, ushered the kids outside while I paid for our picks along with a few more things "Santa" picked out. As the shopkeeper rang up my order, he picked up two things and asked, "Are these for your children?"

"Yes," I said, "they are."

He put them on the table next to him without ringing them. "Free," he said. "I've never had such nice children in my store. Consider these my gifts to them."

How very kind and unexpected. I thanked him and hurried out to the kids, eager to share the kindness with them. They were so excited to receive their surprise hologram-Christmas glasses (I'll have to get a picture.). Imagine how cute they looked sporting their new 3-D glasses as they re-entered the store and thanked the shopkeeper. Such a sweet and proud moment for me as well as them.

Simple kindness profoundly affects a wanting heart.

It has been a long road with my daughter. Most days bring struggle, sometimes smiles are scarce; sometimes my heart struggles to see progress. This kindness from the shopkeeper was the nod of encouragement my husband and I so desperately needed on that day, at that moment.

This holiday season, I have no advice on dressing your mantle or sprucing up your tree. But I do implore you: Show a kindness when the spirit moves you. Do not let that moment pass. Don't let that person leave without the thing they may so deeply need. We so often have no idea the weight of our actions . . . good and bad, expressed and still. Be kind. Be gentle. Do that thing that crosses your mind.

Simple kindness feels profound in trying days.

My heartfelt thanks to Demory's Christmas Memories.

Our father, who art in Heaven,
Hallowed be thy name;
Thy kingdom come,
Thy will be done.
On earth, as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread;
And forgive us our debts
As we have forgiven our debtors;
And lead us not into temptation,
But deliver us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom,
And the power,
And the glory,
Forever. Amen

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The Ten Cannots
- You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift.
- You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.
- You cannot help little men by tearing down big men.
- You cannot lift the wage earner by pulling down the wage payer.
- You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich.
- You cannot establish sound security on borrowed money.
- You cannot further the brotherhood of man by inciting class hatred.
- You cannot keep out of trouble by spending more than you earn.
- You cannot build character and courage by destroying men's initiative and independence.
- And you cannot help men permanently by doing for them what they can and should do for themselves.

William J. H. Boetcker, 1873-1962

This was read in a speech by Ronald Reagan in 1992

Prayer for Employment

Heavenly father, please sustain my spirit as I search for new and meaningful work.

You have blessed me with a healthy body and a keen mind for which I am grateful. I ask that you open my path as I seek employment that will allow me to support my family and myself while serving others and your divine purpose.

In gratitude and grace, Amen.

- Rev. Victor Fuhrman


Prayer for Prosperity

Dear God, source of Love and Life who brings abundance to all,
Please bring prosperity to me and my family now.
We ask that these basic needs be filled:
Money to pay our bills,
Income to meet our mortgage (rent),
Enough to feed us healthy food,
And more than enough for health care and wellness.
Beyond the material needs, please uplift our souls.
Inspire our creativity and resourcefulness.
Guide us in improving our lives.
Please help us to hold on to faith

And let us find peace. Amen.

- Rev. Laurie Sue Brockway

Prayer For Financial Healing

From the deep reaches of my heart and soul,
To the highest love in heaven,
I pray for a healing of my financial situation.

I reach a hand to the abundance of the universe,
And pray that I learn to transform my fear into possibility.
Let me open to all the good that exists in this world.

I lift my head up to the sun
And pray that I am inspired to turn darkness into light.
Let me raise myself up beyond my problems.

I look toward the future and what-could-be
And pray that I can believe in myself and my abilities.
Let me know in my heart that I have great strength.

I honor the place of fear that has gripped me,
But I pray that I do not let it own me.
Let me do what I can to bring peace to my financial situation,
And trust that this too will pass.

- Rev. Laurie Sue Brockway

God did not create evil.

Evil is the result of what happens when man does not have God's love present in his heart.

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