Go over ways to customize your wristbands such as style, color, text, logo, how text is inlaid, etc.
I must admit I knew nothing about Reminderband wristbands when I began to research the company. I had always thought they were used to get you in and out of outdoor rock concerts and hospitals. I soon realized that they would be a great way for my family to remember my 16-year old daughter who is in Brazil for foreign exchange this year. We are all wearing one while she is away.
What is great about Reminderband is the ability to customize the bands for whatever occasion you are celebrating or memorializing. You can get them created with your school colors and mascot. You can have your business logo and name on them. You can also get awareness bracelets for charities, religious movements, and fundraising.
You should really spend some time at http://www.reminderband.com checking out all the options. The site is very user-friendly and easy to navigate. When you get there, click on the “Wristbands” link at the top. Embossed, debossed, custom colored, multi-colored, marbelized, silkscreeened, two striped, three striped, silicone, shells, tire textured…who knew there were so many ways to individualize silicone bracelets?
There are 33 colors in 18 different styles. The price is beyond reasonable – it’s downright cheap. Hint: there is a nice price break if you jump from a quantity of 15 to 20. It’s so nice that 20 are actually less expensive than 15. What a great idea for kids’ birthday party gift bags.
In case you are wondering (as I was), the term debossed means the lettering, logo, etc. is actually engraved into the silicone band. I like this because unlike printing or embossing, it can’t wear off. And, I like the fact that there is no additional charge to have a message on the bands. They do charge a bit extra for custom art work to be debossed, but it’s well worth it to a company or nonprofit that needs to promote that logo or image.