Aug 21 2014

Courage Wristbands

Provide Support with Courage Wristbands

Everyone needs some support sometimes. Custom silicone courage wristbands can help show support for a person, a family, or an entire community. At, you can create your own courage wristbands using your custom colors, artwork, or logo.

Uses for Courage Wristbands

Courage wristbands are often used to show support for a person battling a serious disease, such as cancer. The word “Courage” on a wristband whose color represents the specific disease can show both support for the person and the greater cause. For example, a pink courage wristband can represent a person’s fight against breast cancer. A gray courage wristband can be used to support a brain cancer victim. You can also use a color combination, such as segmented or swirled colors, to make your courage wristband even more personalized.

Courage wristbands

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Aug 19 2014

Youth Group Wristbands

Create Custom Wristbands for Your Youth Group

Youth groups at churches around the nation are a powerful influence in the lives of kids and teens. Usually associated with a specific church, youth groups teach young people about faith as well as important life skills such as leadership, teamwork, service to the community, and commitment to others. Youth Group wristbands can be created to help create a common purpose among the membership, as a fundraising product, or to emphasize a particular value or lesson the youth group is pursuing.

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Aug 17 2014

Red Wristbands

Create Custom Red Wristbands

Red is one of the most popular colors, and is used for many different things. Red wristbands are used as awareness tools for many different causes. You can create customized red wristbands to raise awareness for causes such as AIDS and HIV, heart disease, blood cancers, drug abuse prevention, stroke, Epidermolysis Bullosa, and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

Custom Red Wristbands

What do Red Wristbands Symbolize?

Red is known to symbolize love, danger and adventure. Historically, people have associated red with blood and life energy. Most of red’s symbolism today arises from these associations in the past. Here are some interesting facts about the color red:

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