Heralds of Good Times GoatsThe Heralds of Good Times brings about the end of unhappiness and act as messengers forecasting that good times will come straight away. For those who have been facing so much unnecessary obstacles, setbacks and bad news: this is the ultimate item.
Businessmen will make sure to have one somewhere in their office, especially near where chi comes in like a window, door, air conditioner or even near telecommunications devices (e.g. phones, fax machines, etc).
The Heralds are also popular in homes and can be used similarly as in the office. Interestingly, many retail outlets prefer to use these wonderful harbringers of happiness as opposed to the Lucky Maneki Cats. This is because good times for the store/owner equals wealth, popularity and fame!
Made of sturdy bronze and are impressive statue figurines perfect for tables. They make wonderful gifts and are a must have for anyone who wants more good news in their life.
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