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Reminderband is excited to announce its launch of the new Japanese Web site.

“We are excited to allow an outlet for our Japanese customers to order wristbands,” said Jeff Morgan, Vice President of Sales for Reminderband.

“This will bring in a whole different opportunity of customers for Reminderband,” said Morgan.

Reminderband decided to launch the Japan Web site after noticing the number of visits from Japan on the Reminderband home page was astonishingly high.

“We hope we’ll have the same craze in Japan as we’ve had in the U.S. and other countries,” said Morgan.

To visit Reminderband’s Japan Web click here.

Bright Beginnings is a Charter School in Arizona that has each family volunteer 20 hours each year to the school. This is a huge contribution to the school’s success and excellence on standardized tests.

As a way to thank the parents of these children Bright Beginnings bought wristbands for their parents.

“It is our plan that the families will be given the wristbands in November, the month in which so many of us give thanks to the things that we are grateful for,” said Janet Smith, Parent Appreciation Committee member. “We are very excited about this and are very grateful to Reminderband as well.”

For more information on Bright Beginnings School visit their Web site.

To order custom wristbands for your school visit http://www.reminderband.com.

Reminderband partnered up with the local newspaper, the Herald Journal, Saturday for a fun day at the mall trick-or-treating. Reminderband donated glow in the dark wristbands for kids to have for a safe night of trick-or-treating on Halloween night.

“We had awesome turnout of over 700 kids and they loved the glow in the dark wristbands,” said event coordinator Angie Duncombe.

The wristbands were given to trick-or-treaters to wear on Halloween night and glow in the dark so they can be seen from further away.

For your glow in the dark custom wristbands visit http://www.reminderband.com.

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