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Dec 30 2016
Memorial Day Wristbands To Remember The Brave
How will you honor loves ones you’ve lost this Memorial Day? Memorial Day is a United States federal holiday which occurs every year on the final Monday of May. Many people visit cemeteries and memorials, particularly to honor those who have died in military service. Many volunteers place an American flag on each grave in national cemeteries. Communities often hold Memorial Day events, and wristbands can be a great way to observe the day.
Messages for Memorial Day Wristbands
When you create custom bracelets using our online tool, you can choose any message you like for your Memorial Day wristbands. If your wristbands is to memorialize someone special to you, you may want to include their name and important dates. If you’re using bracelets for a special event, you may want to include that in your message, such as “Memorial Day Parade 2014”. Or, general messages also work such as “Remembering Those We’ve Lost” or “Always In Our Hearts”.
To give your personalized wristband even more flair, choose special colors and artwork. For military remembrances, a red, white and blue or camouflage combination works well. You can also add artwork, such as a flag, cross, or military symbol.
More Ways to Customize Your Memorial Day Wristbands
As an alternative to standard size wristbands, we also offer slap bands that snap to your wrist and fit snugly in place. For truly unique, choose thin quarter-inch bands or thick one-inch bands. We also carry other silicone products, such as key chains. Any of our items can be customized for your event or cause.
At AmazingWristbands.com, free shipping, free artwork, free design, and free color matching. All our silicone products are made of 100% silicone so they are non-allergenic and latex free. Many of our styles have no minimums and can be delivered within a few days. Use our online builder to create your wish bands, or give us a call if you need help.
Last modified on: December 30th, 2016
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