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A Uniquely Armenian Gift Idea

      It’s Christmas shopping time!

Are you looking for that special stocking-stuffer gift? Here’s something new – a refrigerator magnet – but, it’s not just any magnet. This one is an English-to-Armenian spice and herb names magnet, a creation of Rostom Aghanian. You can find out how to order it by going to his website,

Rostom came up with his company, ‘Narinj’, as the result of a combination of things: his interest in Armenian language and culture (he runs this as hobby), his attraction to building websites (which he runs as a side business), his entrepreneurship drive, and finally, the fact that he found very little available on the Internet in terms of Armenian-oriented gifts.

Currently, Rostom’s business is a home-based venture, located in Thousand Oaks, California (near Glendale) and with just a single item for sale (the magnet). He hopes to expand the business in the future.

To help Rostom’s business grow, order your magnets today, and surprise your family and friends with this attractive, educational Armenian gift that will enhance anyone’s refrigerator door!

Happy Shopping!

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