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Top 5 Uses for Faith-Based Wristbands

Silicone wristbands are still one of the most popular ways to share what you’re passionate about and promote causes you believe in with people around the world. Reminderband is thrilled to have helped so many people from different walks of life and various beliefs share their messages through our wristbands. Faith has a different meaning […]

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ICYMI: Recent Reminderband Causes

In case you missed it, here are some neat causes we’ve featured on our social media pages lately. We admire these strong individuals and communities working with issues such as loss, disease, and depression. ChangeWorks In January of 2014, a 12-year-old young man named Christopher was diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma, a rare bile duct cancer. Four of his […]

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ICYMI: August Causes

Team Cyndi Team Cyndi is an organization supporting Cyndi Ricketts in her fight against Triple Negative Breast Cancer, a form of cancer that is more difficult to treat. Ricketts was diagnosed in June, and Reminderband cancer bracelets are being worn by her friends and family to show her support for her as she begins treatment. First Dam Pancake […]

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Military wristbands

More than 40 million Americans have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, affecting family and loved ones as well. Wristbands are a great way to show support for military members both at home or abroad and remember one another in times of separation.   One idea that is popular with military members and loved ones […]

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Bands for Back to School

Back to school is here! Young children have mixed emotions on starting this new adventure, we have found some amazing tips from About.com on how to help your kids cope with back to school! Downplay the milestone. Ratcheting up expectations and highlighting the first day of kindergarten as a really big deal with a capital “D” […]

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Keats' Climb for Charity

When you think of a 7-year-old child, you think of a playful little individual with nothing more on their mind than where their next source of entertainment will come from. They appear almost unaware of the problems around them, but not Keats. Keats has his heart set on helping others in any way possible. Keats […]

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Wristbands Bring Awareness To Eating Disorders

As the summer approaches, Bonnie Charnock doesn’t like how people obsess over bathing suit season. The talk about losing weight, restricting foods, being ashamed to wear a two-piece is too much to handle, she said. As a recovering anorexic and binge eater, she knows the dangers of obsessing about one’s body. “I had terrible body […]

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PRWeek's Student of the Year's Winning Marketing Pitch Includes Rubber Bracelets

A combination of creativity, research, and confidence propelled Meghan Stafford to the top of the Student of the Year class. The University of Minnesota senior presented an idea to the judges that focused on the creation of the Motorola Mob Squad. Playing on a theme of superheroes, the squad would be made up of Motorola’s […]

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Thomas Wears Bracelet To Honor Friend

Tyrus Thomas has taken criticism from the media, been insulted on national television by Charles Barkley, and watched his playing time rise and fall frequently during his rookie season. But whenever Thomas hits times of trouble with the Bulls, all he has to do is look at his left wrist to put the NBA world into […]

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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.