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Join Reminderband in the Grand Opening of their new Web site with a 1 day only special!

For today, Oct.18, all wristbands are $1! Mold fees, art fees or any other fees are waived today only and we will ship them to you for free! Yes, that’s right, shipping is free and there are absolutely no fees!

Better yet you can order a minimum of 20 bands or as many as you want. All orders over 1,000 wristbands call customer service at 800-922-5401 for even better pricing.

No hidden agenda, just $1 per wristband with absolutely no fees! Did we mention the wristbands are only $1?

The wristbands can be shipped to you in 10 days or less so order today before the sale ends. To place an order visit the new innovative Web site at http://www.reminderband.com .

Reminderband is excited to announce the winner of the ipod shuffle raffle, Laine Levi, from Canada for submitting her testimonial on our Web page for wristbands.

“This is the coolest thing I have ever won,” said Levi. “I feel very fortunate, thank you Reminderband!”

Reminderband thanks Laine and everybody else who took the time to submit a testimonial on our Web site testimonials page.

Reminderband received a surprise visit from Miss Utah, Julia Bachison on Wednesday Oct. 12 after she finished her gold medal program walks with the local elementary schools.

Reminderband is a proud sponsor of Miss Utah and her platform healthy weight for life gold medal program.Reminderband received a surprise visit from Miss Utah, Julia Bachison on Wednesday after she finished her gold medal program walks with the local elementary schools. Reminderband is a proud sponsor of Miss Utah and her platform healthy weight for life gold medal program.

“I want to express my gratitude for the positive and supportive response that I have received from Reminderband,” Bachison said.

Miss Utah came to meet the people of Reminderband and got a behind the scenes tour of the offices of the company. She also got some fun wristbands of her choice to wear besides the gold medal and Kare wristbands that she already wears.

“My bands are perfect, each one looks great as I distribute them throughout the state promoting my platform,” Bachison said. “I am so impressed by how professional and yet personal Reminderband Company is.”

“Julia is a great individual and we are proud to support her and the Gold Medal Program,” said Jeff Morgan, Vice President of Sales for Reminderband.

They were cold and rainy Saturdays but that didn’t stop many employees at Reminderband to donate their time. The employees sold the KARE wristbands in an effort to help raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Employees at Reminderband first volunteered their time at a local Logan restaurant, Firehouse Pizza, to raise money teaming up with the local radio stations for hurricane relief.

Two weeks later the team was back outside in the rain and cold selling wristbands outside of the local Wal-Mart in their hurricane fundraising event.

The KARE wristbands were created with the KARE Campaign, an effort to band Americans together to show the victims of the tragic Hurricane Katrina that they care. All proceeds from the KARE wristbands go to different hurricane relief organizations.

The team at Reminderband is committed to helping with disaster relief, cancer research and other great causes.

To learn more about the Kare Campaign visit the Web site www.uskares.org.

LOGAN, UT— Reminderband, the leader in silicone wristbands, announces its donation of 5,000 wristbands to Utah State University in remembrance of the eight students and one instructor from the College of Agriculture that died in a 15-passenger van accident Monday, Sept. 26.

“When we heard about the accident we wanted to help in some way so we are donating bands to support those who have been affected by this tragedy,” said Clay Broadbent, Reminderband partner.

The wristbands will be a tri-colored band including the Aggie “A” and the trademark university colors of blue and white with the third color maize, which is the official color for the College of Agriculture. The wristbands say “Always Remember” for those who want to show their remembrance and support to the nine killed and their families and friends left behind.

“The funds raised from selling the wristbands will go to the Agriculture Technology Fellowship Fund,” said Kent Clark, Utah State University Director Corporate Foundations and Relations.

The wristbands will be available at Utah State University and can be seen as soon as the end of this week or the beginning of next week.

“We hope these wristbands are more than just an outlet for fund-raising,” said Broadbent. “We see them as a way to bring unity and remembrance to those affected by this tragedy.”

Reminderband supports other causes throughout the country and hopes to generate support for the families and those affected by this tragedy.

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Driving down the road it’s easy to spot the yellow ribbon many people have on their vehicles that say “Support Your Troops.” It’s a reminder for those fighting for their country and many of those great soldiers have loved ones they have left at home. Now there is a reminder for those in Iraq and for those left behind.

Crystal Hansen and her husband were married for a year this past March and he was sent to Iraq in April. When he left she wanted something to make them feel closer together and she knew t-shirts and bumper stickers weren’t enough, she wanted a constant reminder for not only her but also for her husband. This led her to order wristbands that say “Half My Heart’s in Iraq” and her husband’s wristband to say “Half My Heart’s In Utah.”

“I had never heard of any one giving their husband a wristband that said half my heart’s in Utah, so I sent him one to help us feel connected,” said Hansen.

Reminderband wanted this to be available to other wives all over the country so the pair of wristbands say “Half My Heart’s In Iraq” and “Half My Heart’s In the U.S.”

“I just feel like it is a good way for husbands and wives to feel close together when you are so far apart for so long,” Hansen said. “It is such a great reminder that I get to see everyday!”

To get your pair of wristbands to support your soldier in Iraq visit www.reminderband.com
or go to Bandsonhand.com for “Half My Heart…” premade wristbands that support Crystal Hansen’s family.

The Utah State University Aggie Football team joined Reminderband in their efforts to raise money and awareness of the Hurricane Katrina victims Friday night by selling the KARE wristbands at the game.

“The wristbands will help the university raise money for the local Red Cross at the game on Friday night,” said Associate Athletic Director Kevin Dustin.

Wristbands adorned fans of all ages as they cheered on the Aggies. The KARE wristbands sold at the game are part of Utah State University’s efforts to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Reminderband donated 15,000 wristbands and is looking to continue their partnership with Utah State as other sports kick off their seasons.

Numerous sites have popped up to advertise silicone wristbands as a wedding favor idea. Some couples have given out awareness bracelets to give guests a memento, as well as a feel-good item that supports a good cause, others have customized theirs to memorialize their big day and provide a nifty party favor. Also, celebrity weddings have even utilized silicone wristbands to grant access to legitimate invitees.

The wristband craze has expanded to include political expression. Republicans and Democrats can be found with red or blue wristbands in support of their party or particular candidate, or for campaign fundraisers. Like the traditional colors that showed which state supported which party in an election, wristbands commonly match red for Republican and blue for Democrat, despite a few who have reversed the trend. Phrases have included upcoming election dates, Bush or Kerry support phrases, and even anti-campaign phrases.

Reminderband News

Rick Dees is heard across the country with his popular voice blaring across stations announcing which artist or band is number one. Now Rick is putting those victims of Hurricane Katrina first by supporting the Kare Campaign.

The Kare Campaign is for the citizens of the United States to show they care and support the victims of this terrible tragedy by wearing the “Kare” wristband as well as an effort to raise money.

To learn more about Rick Dees and his support for the victims visit http://www.rick.com.

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