Phoenix, AZ, September 12, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- TMC Pacific Modelworks has the answer to gift-giving challenges for the yachtsmen who has everything, offering the finest in model boats, yachts and other scale model maritime vessels. There are over 1,000 maritime and aircraft models in various categories including military, commercial and private aircraft, as well as maritime. TMC Pacific Modelworks can also produce custom models by drafting a design based on a photograph supplied by the yacht owner. All details ranging from the more obvious, such as the paint scheme, down to the more minute, such as the registration number, are carefully recreated on each miniature “sculpture.” A quality-control team oversees the entire production process, assuring the compliance of quality standards, from the moment the chisel first creases the wood, through to the careful packing of each model into its foam-fitted shipping case.
Each model is shipped in a box suitable for gift giving and includes a certificate and plaque of authenticity. Holiday orders for custom models should be placed by September 25 and stock model orders need to be placed by December 23 in order to be received by December 24. Gift cards are available for purchase online in any denomination and each gift card is shipped directly to the recipient in a holiday-inspired envelope for gift-giving purposes.
“I think we will be the saving grace for many people this holiday season,” said Graeme Warring, CEO of TMC Pacific Modelworks. “Our models are the perfect gift for that person who truly has everything.”
About TMC Pacific Modelworks:
Since its inception in 1988, TMC Pacific Modelworks, located in Scottsdale Arizona, has been producing he world’s finest handcrafted, museum-quality military, civilian and airline display models. The current product line consists of airplanes, helicopters, ships, boats, sailboats, space shuttles and the newly launched maritime line. With more than 1,000 different models from which to choose, the collection includes a selection of private aircraft and airlines, as well as models from the WWI, WWII, Korean, Vietnam, and Persian Gulf eras. High-level workmanship, combined with the inherent appeal of the airplanes, make these aero-sculptures true works of art—all aircraft and paint schemes were selected for historical significance and authenticity. For more information please call 800-950-9944 or visit the web site at http://www.warplanes.com.
Rhonda Moret, President