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Breast Cancer Bracelets | Ideas from Our Customers

In the U.S., it’s estimated that 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer during her life.1 While a cancer diagnosis will turn anyone’s world upside down, our customers have found a few uses for custom breast cancer bracelets to make this life-changing event a bit easier to digest. October is breast cancer awareness month, […]

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Remembering Braylen

On May 19th, Braylen was killed in an automobile accident.  Sue Calvert, his grandmother, said the following of the accident: “This has left a hole in her heart that nothing can replace. I ordered the bracelets in remembrance of him to show people that his memory will never leave us. He will always be a […]

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How to put a signature and custom artwork on a wristband

Happy Monday! Today we have just a quick little FYI for those who are thinking of adding that extra special something to their wristband design. As you may already know, we offer a massive assortment of free clipart right on our website. Did you know that we also have the option of imprinting your own […]

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What should I put on my memorial bracelet?

Popularly used at community vigils, family memorial services, or even just as personal reminders or tributes, memorial bracelets are a way to honor loved and lost ones for years to come. Inexpensive, durable, and customizable, silicone wristbands are often a popular token, especially when they can be ordered in bulk or in orders as small […]

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Reminderband Causes: “Cool Change” Memorial Ride

Once a year, Bob Rettger rides 220 miles over the course of three days in memory of his best friend, Rob. “He volunteered two days a week at the food bank, and so I do this ride to keep his efforts and his memory alive at the food bank where he did so much for so […]

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Memorial Wristbands

The passing of loved ones is the most difficult and universal of all things. Many people use custom wristbands as a way to remember and cherish those who have passed on. Custom memorial wristbands have been used to thank those who lent support, commemorate an anniversary, and fundraise for a foundation or memorial scholarship. Custom […]

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Remembering Kassidy

Kassidy Foster was a 12-year-old sixth grader just like any other.  She was a level 7 gymnast at Virginia Techniques Gymnastics and a member of Faith Fellowship Church. Her favorite color was pink and her favorite flowers were roses.  All fairly typical for a 12-year-old American girl. To the regret of many on Thursday, March […]

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Driver Remembered with Wristbands

A tribune banner for Eric Medlen, the 2005 Northwest Nationals Funny Car champion who died in March from injuries suffered in a testing accident earlier that week, was available all weekend for racing fans to sign. Drivers for John Force Racing – Force himself, Ashley Force and Robert Hight – have remembered their fallen teammate […]

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Wristbands Help Remember Fallen Teammate, Inspire Team.

16-year old Ben Lyman was killed on June 23rd when he dove 30 feet off a bridge over Bear River near Logan Utah. The accidental death stunned his teammates on the football team at Sky View High School, and they decided to dedicate their season in Ben’s honor. And what a season it has been.The […]

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Make It So

Ken and his wife Carolyn found out Ken had bladder cancer in 1993. For Ken and Carolyn and their four children this was a very difficult time. Ken started going to the doctor’s at least once a year for the doctor to scrape the tumors out of his bladder. After each procedure he would have to wait three months and then go back for a check-up and on April 15, 2005 he found out the cancer had spread.