Mob Wife Renee To Launch Jail Mail Inc. Online Site

"Renee didn’t need to look any further than her own life for the inspiration behind her new business venture “Jail Mail,” according to a story in the National Enquirer.

The 41-year-old mafia princess – daughter of imprisoned mobster Anthony Graziano – is launching a greeting-card service that will "make it easier for people to send letters to their loved ones in prison."

At the jailmailinc.com website, which is expected to launch in June, customers will be able to purchase customized stationery that can include uploaded personal pictures and get help with their letter-writing. The company will also store important dates like inmates’ birthdays and anniversaries in their database to make sure no major life event goes unnoticed, according to the Enquirer story.

The website is live now, but the business has not yet launched. The site has this logo and details:


Renee Graziano is the daughter of Anthony Graziano who is currently incarcerated. Even at a young age, Renee has found out what it was like to have a best friend arrested and sentenced to many years behind bars. This was her first real introduction to prison, but unfortunately not her last. Thanks to a circle of friends living the street life, Renee has visited over 83 prisons and written hundreds of letters to comfort the many friends she had on "the inside."
This correspondence gave her the idea to turn her love of the "the life" into a greeting card company called JAIL MAIL Inc. This will provide a greeting card service specifically geared towards enabling an enhanced method of correspondences between families and friends and their incarcerated loved one. 


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