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Thank you to everyone who participated in our You Name It, You Win It contest this week!
The Holiday season is quickly approaching and our designers have created dozens of new styles that will compliment your winter wardrobe. We need your help naming some of these new bracelets and have chosen this triple strand bracelet as the first "You Name, You Win It" contestant.
Our first ever Behind the Design interview is with our youngest designer, Katy. Katy has been with Lauren's Hope for over a year now and continues to bring fresh design ideas and inspiration. Katy's style has evolved over time and is inspired by nature, special moments in time and striking color combinations. She describes her signature style as being organic, natural and stylish with a twist.
Once informed that you should wear a medical ID the next important step is to determine the important information that needs to be engraved on your medical ID tag. If you are a doctor, nurse or work for a medical ID company this task isn't typically that difficult, but for every other person on the planet it can be quite daunting! Here at Lauren's Hope, we understand the importance of having the proper information engraved should an emergency occur and we are here to help every step of the way when it comes to engraving your medical ID.
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I'm so sorry for the delay in announcing the winners of the most recent Free Stuff Friday. Thank you to everyone who participated this week by leaving comments on the blog, sharing with your friends and family on facebook, twitter, your blogs and websites!
That's a question we are asked each day at Lauren's Hope and a question that you, at some point, may have asked yourself. There are common misconceptions that by wearing a medical ID you are labeling yourself or bringing unwanted attention to your condition or diagnosis. The truth is that medical Identification can be, and often times is, life saving.
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