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A look in the mirror should reflect the “you” that is inside! At Reminderband we added a little paint and polish to our website so it accurately represents us. The new site makes it easier for you to design, customize and order your wristbands. We believe that creating the message should be easy so you can get down to the nitty gritty of sharing it with the world! Below is a sneak peak of our new site design. A new builder is a well tuned machine; it displays your band in real time so you can see any customization options you have chosen. The streamlined site makes it easy for you to contact us, read about us or discover the message or story that we have loved to be a part of. Hope to see you there soon!

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A beauty, an Olympian and an inspiration. Dee Dee Trotter was born in California and after finding a passion in track and field she brought her golden-state roots to the 4×4 m relay to Athens for the Olympics in 2004. Beyond her athletic ability is beauty, In June 2011 DeeDee signed with Wilhelmina New York under the “W Fitness Division”. If beauty and athleticism isn’t enough you can find Trotter behind the amazing organization “Test Me, I’m Clean”. “Test Me, I’m Clean” is a  charity dedicated to battling the abuse of steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs. Trotter told us that, “. . . in track and field we are all striving to make a living, a lot of us work part time jobs and athletes doping takes away our chance to provide a life for ourselves.”

“Test Me, I’m Clean” seeks to teach Hard Work, Honor and Honesty. Three H’s that all athletes can live by to become their very best. This year Trotter is doing something amazing, competing in the 2012 London Olympics. Finishing 3rd and earning a bronze medal for the U.S. has brought new attention to the campaign and surely inspired athletes everywhere to train and compete clean.

Trotter wears a “Test Me, I’m Clean” wristband to bring awareness to her cause.

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