- "I have been buying olivewood handicrafts from Holy Land Olivewood and reselling them online for a profit for almost three years now. This has been a lucrative side-business, even though I have never made a bulk order to take advantage of their wholesale prices. Moreover, I never actually handled one of their products, as every order I made was immediately drop-shipped to one of my customers directly from Holy Land Olivewood. Yet, the feedback I have received has consistently been positive, and the shipping times are decent. As a result of their excellent service, many of my customers are repetitive buyers."Lucas NilssonMalmö, Sweden
- "I have been making trophies for nearly 25 years. Intrigued by the exotic pattern of olivewood, I decided several years ago to order some logs from Holy Land Olivewood to make olivewood bases for my trophies. The trophies were beautiful, but cutting them into usable slabs was a hassle. Since then, I have outsourced this work directly to Holy Land Olivewood. I now receive slabs cut to my specifications directly from Holy Land Olivewood. Their staff is easy-going, and always willing to accommodate my ideas. I have made numerous custom orders for plaques, pens, pins, boxes, etc. and the quality of their work has always exceeded my expectations."Emily BrownVancouver, Canada
- "In 2012 our Parish was facing financial difficulties that nearly crippled its social outreach programs. I decided to use some of our depleting funds to buy 100 rosaries from Holy Land Olivewood, and I set-up a table at the back of our Church to sell them in an effort to fund trips and social events for our Choir, Bible School, Gospel Group, Summer Camp, etc. After our Rev. mentioned in his sermon that the rosaries were from the Holy Land and handmade from Bethlehem Olivewood using traditional methods, we were sold out before mass was over! Since then we have made multiple orders of various products from Holy Land Olivewood, and we tasked a group of alter boys to visit other Churches and to go door-to-door to sell them for proceeds. We are now hoping to make our first bulk order ahead of the 2016 Christmas Bazaar."Shanice WatkinsJackson, Mississippi – USA
- "For the last five years I have rented a store at my local shopping mall for the months of November and December, in which I sell Christmas decorations. Three years ago I decided to sell handicrafts from Holy Land Olivewood in addition to my regular inventory, and they have been very popular as gifts. This past Christmas, I decided to stop selling decorations all together and to focus on the niche of selling only Holy Land Olivewood’s products. This was by far my most profitable season, and I actually had to close early (mid-December), because I ran out of products to sell. I am now exploring the idea of stretching the season of my store to sell up to Easter (November – April of each year)."José RodriguezCordoba, Argentinia
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