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Inspired Silver Announces Additional Availability of Autism Awareness Jigsaw Pin

Inspired Silver has announced that it will increase the availability of their Autism Awareness Jigsaw Pin due to its immense popularity. As they often do, the company will donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this pin.

CLEARWATER, Fla., Jan. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Inspired Silver, a company that has become very well known for its support of important causes and issues, has announced that it will offer additional availability of their very popular Autism Awareness Jigsaw Pin. The pin has been selling incredibly well for the company, and the high demand for the pin has necessitated its additional availability.

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The pin measures one and one-half inches and is produced in the shape of a ribbon. Inside the ribbon are multi-colored jigsaw pieces, the traditional symbol for autism awareness. The ribbon is accented beautifully with clear simulated diamonds.

"It is so gratifying to us to know that these products sell so well that we must produce more of them to meet demand," said a representative with Inspired Silver. "That means that there are so many people out there who wish to show their support for Autism Awareness by wearing this pin. It makes us very happy to do what we can to help the cause in any way possible."

As is the case with so many of their other cause-oriented products, Inspired Silver will be donating a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this Autism Awareness Pin.

"It is a beautiful piece of jewelry, and we are very proud of the design elements," said the representative. "Of course, we are most proud of the fact that each pin sold represents another opportunity for us to make a donation for an important cause."

The pin is one of the company's most popular products, perhaps demonstrating the increasing awareness of the preponderance of Autism.

"I think it is fair to say that more and more people are becoming aware of the issues related to autism," said the representative. "It does not just stop with awareness. We are really hoping for continued funding for research and increasing education for those who are affected. If the sale of this pin can help in some small way to achieve that, then we have succeeded."

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