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Mar 7, 2015

Custom Wristbands For This Spring Break

Promote Safety with Spring Break Wristbands

It’s that time of year when teens and young adults are making their plans to go away for spring break. Whether it’s college kids going home for the week or a group traveling to the beach, safety is a main concern. Wristbands can help remind spring breakers to stay together, have fun and make safe choices.

Spring Break Safety Bands

Messages for Spring Break Wristbands

Promote safety. Spring break bracelets with messages such as “Stay Safe – Spring Break” will help people keep safety top of mind. Identify groups. Groups traveling together may want to create matching spring break bands to help them identify each other and stay together. Have fun. Custom silicone bracelet with the name of their spring break destination can help groups get excited about their trips. "Cabo San Lucas 2015" or "Senior Trip - Miami Beach!" will help people remember their trip for years to come.

Improve group morale. Sororities, fraternities, senior groups and others traveling together might create a theme for their trip to help them commemorate it later.

Customize Your Spring Break Wristbands

The more unique you make your spring break bands, the more popular they will be. Here are some creative ways to customize:

  • Add custom artwork, or select clipart from our extensive library. Choose a sun or palm tree to symbolize your spring break trip.
  • Order thin quarter-inch wristbands or thick one-inch bands to really make your wristbands stand out.
  • Add a glittery or glow-in-the-dark effect to your wristbands.
  • Instead of standard wristbands, put your spring break message on slap bands that snap to your wrist.

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 wristbands have no minimums and can be delivered within a few days. Use our online builder to create your safe spring break wristbands.

Last modified on: May 2nd, 2017