StockPins.com uses many different materials including lead-free pewter, zinc, copper, aluminum, nickel, brass, and others. Due to the custom nature of our work and the wide variety of finishing techniques employed in producing our products we can not economically test each individual product for compliance with prop 65. Therefore we choose to place Prop 65 warnings on all our products when shipping to California.
Warning: Cancer and reproductive harm. www.P65warnings.ca.gov
The kids were super excited to earn their achievement pins. It's got them talking to friends and building our program.
I am the VP of a horse rescue in Ohio. We save horses from going to slaughter, rehabilitate them, and then find them new, loving homes. It is a greatly rewarding involvement. We issued a pin to each member of our Rescue in commemoration of us achieving 501c3 charity status which is a great accomplishment for our organization. The pins were received by our members with great delight, and they will now become a fixed part of this organization. Please keep them in stock!
StockPins is a great company. My story goes like this. I placed my order on Sunday night, 1st class Mail, with an Thursday delivery date. When Thursday came and went I had no package will I waited to Sat. morning still no package. So, I went to 2 local post offices to see if the courier missed the package. Still no package, now I'm nervous because I need the pins that night. Well, a employee of the post office told me to go to the mail distriubution center to see if it was there. I went to the location still no package. So after running around for 3 hours looking for the package and nothing came up, I just ready to give up and have to disappoint my organization without the pins. I went home to try and figure out a new strategy and step out of my car only to find in the mail box the pins from StockPins. I was so relieved but I still to this day don't know where they came from, because I checked all the couriers and the local offices. One word of advise never ship 1st class alway ship priortity mail if you need something by a deadline date.