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Top Ten Wristband Ideas for Back to School

Summer is fading fast. School is here for some and just around the corner for many! Today we’re featuring our top ten school wristband uses: 10. Events Silicone wristbands can make a great souvenir for memorable school events like homecoming, dances, or other student body activities. More durable than Tyvek, they can also be used as a […]

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Wristband ideas: workout reminder

A cool wristband idea from @coach_kenzie on Instagram… She uses custom Reminderband wristbands as a daily workout reminder for those she coaches. When they’re done with their workout for the day, they can flip them over from “One Thing” to “Done Thing.” We love this innovative wristband use for motivation and fitness!      

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Reminderbands Are a Big Hit For Team Impressions

Our new company, Impressions, became involved with a fundraising event for the American Cancer Society (ACS) local Relay for Life ® this year. It is an overnight outdoor family-focused event where teams of people from local businesses and the community participate in a 24-hr relay walk at a local track or field. In additional to […]

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Teachers use bands to promote wellness

Fourth-graders walking through a Shreveport neighborhood are a sign of a new trend in physical education. Prompted by increasing concerns about childhood obesity, as well as a federal requirement that school systems promote health and nutrition, Caddo school officials are creating a wellness policy.Board members are expected to approve the policy without comment after a […]

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Bands remind people to "Say No to Meth"

Meth has a way of hijacking a user’s personality, says Attorney General Rob McKenna. The drug is so addictive and causes so much long-term damage that it is best if young people never try it. McKenna brought this message Wednesday to Olympic High School in his first presentation in Kitsap County. Methamphetamine has become the […]

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Wristbands reminder of political stand

THE light blue rubber wristband Endesa chief executive Rafael Miranda was sporting for the London leg of last week’s roadshow looked slightly out of place – more the kind of adornment you would expect to see on an earnest, politically correct musician (Coldplay’s Chris Martin say), than on a man oozing the refinement of Spain’s […]

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Students use bands to raise funds for cancer

One was a longtime music teacher at Montville High School who directed numerous plays and musicals before succumbing to brain cancer at the age of 55 in April.The other was a 17-year old high school senior, stricken four years before with leukemia, a disease that slowly ebbed out his young life. He died in December. […]

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Bands to raise awareness for Cystic Fibrosis

When Ali Donahue was diagnosed at birth with cystic fibrosis, the average life expectancy for someone with the disease was 18 years. Now 18, Donahue is heading off to college at Boston University and expects to live a long and healthy life, complete with marriage, children and someday grandchildren. “I don’t want people to think […]

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Reminderband Featured in Local News Story

Less than a decade ago, no one could have imagined a small, local business could be a lucrative contender in the world market. But just a few years ago, no one had heard of companies like Reminderband, Pre-Auto, BatsBatsBats.com or AlarmingProducts.com either. With the advent of the Internet, a few Cache Valley residents are taking […]

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Save Tulane- How One Student Raised Money For Tulane University

Imagine waking up one day and having to hurry and grab a few items that are expensive or close to you and driving off leaving everything behind. This is what many had to do when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. For Craig Karger, a sophomore at Tulane University, he left with just his lap top and iPod as he drove off to the Houston airport to fly to Miami to meet his parents.