Today, we’d like to introduce you to Walk the Ridge – a movement and learning organization whose mission is to promote the practice of civility between those with different opinions. No matter your background, backstory or political persuasion, it is their belief that through improved habits of listening and communication, we can make the world a nicer (and less hostile) place.
Wristband Bros recently had the pleasure of chatting with Michael Ware, a board member of RecoveryATX. The organization is based in Austin, Texas and provides community support for those recovering and coping with drug and alcohol addiction. They designed a wristband for their Recovery On The Field Softball Tournament being held September 9th.
Breastfeeding Mama Talk is a blog and community forum for mothers to learn about the natural process of breastfeeding and other infant-related topics. They describe themselves as such:
A group of mothers who are passionate about helping mothers reach their personal breastfeeding goals and teaching people about breastfeeding in general.
The group makes it clear they are in no way against formula mothers, but are rather for woman making an informed decision and doing whatever makes them comfortable as they provide care for their child.
Custom wristbands are a great, low-cost item to raise awareness for all sorts of issues. Perhaps you’re raising money for a friend in need, or promoting your business or band. Or maybe, like Bethann from Niles, Ohio has done, they can be used to raise awareness for important local town causes. Bethann designed her wristbands to bring attention to the plight of their local pool, which has been closed this summer.
Wristband Bros recently had the pleasure of working with Friends of Fin, a new awareness brand aimed at raising the profile of shark-related causes. They designed a sharp-looking Ultra Thin Wristband with their wave logo and Friends of Fin brand name. On the front of the band, an important message: Save Our Sharks. Friends of Fin donates $1 from every “Save Our Sharks” wristband sale to shark conservation non-profits.