Behind the Bands: Saving Our Daughters

We have another great customer that we are excited to shine the spotlight on! Saving Our Daughters is a nonprofit focused on helping young girls discuss issues, deter bullying and protect their self-esteem. They’re accomplishing this by creating tools to empower teenage girls through the arts in an impressive variety of ways.

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Care Bands: Orphan Grain Train

Orphan Grain Train logo with trucks and the words Care Bands

We love it when people use wristbands to help others. Last week we showcased various printing techniques used to execute our customer’s designs. One of those customers was the Orphan Grain Train, a nonprofit Christian volunteer network dedicated to providing resources to people who need it all around the world. Their wristband is pretty darn cool.

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Behind the Bands: The LUVV Movement

Behind the Bands - The LUVV Movement

If there’s one thing the world needs these days, it’s a little more love, or LUVV if you happen to be this customer of ours. The LUVV Movement is an admirable and intriguing mission that aims to “center the collective consciousness of our planet in love and away from hate and fear.” Not a bad idea, eh?

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The Care Bands: Best Buddies

Another day, another great organization that we at Wristband Bros want to support. If you haven’t heard of Best Buddies… Well, now you have. They’re an admirable nonprofit that works to enhance the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. That’s a noble cause in our book, so we were happy to create some wristbands for one of their biggest annual events.

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Behind the Bands: The Offline Movement

Behind the Wristbands The Offline Movement

These days technology is everywhere. I’m no mathematician, but it seems like 1 out of every 2 hands has a smartphone in it. They’ve become an important part of life, and rightfully so – we’ve never before had this level of access to information in the palm of our hands. But at times the “ultimate” communication tool seems to hinder social interaction rather than promote it.

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