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The clouds have parted, the birds are singing and Spring is in the air! That means longer evenings and afternoons spent at the park for many of you. If you love to stay active or have kids who are always on the go our new sport band alert ID's are just what you need. These styles are brightly colored, waterproof, comfortable and adjustable. Best of all...they will keep you safe and in style this Spring and beyond.
We have recently expanded our waterproof adjustable band collection with 4 new additions. These waterproof sport band alert bracelets are perfect for any active man or woman. These new styles come in the following colors: Red, Light Blue, Hot Pink and Camoflauge!
This giveaway is now closed. Welcome back to another fun filled Free Stuff Friday giveaway! This week the rules and instructions on how to enter will be different from previous weeks, so be sure to read the updated instructions at the end of this post. First, take a look at the fun and fabulous items included in this week's Free Stuff Friday giveaway.
We would like to introduce you to a remarkable little girl named Symphony. In August 2006, when Symphony was just three months old, she was diagnosed with SBS (Shaken Baby Syndrome). Symphony’s mother, Gretchen, writes:
As always, we loved reading each of your Free Stuff Friday comments and are excited to announce this week's winners.
We have 3 amazing medical alert bracelets that we're giving away this week during Free Stuff Friday! Please take a look at the the 3 medical alert bracelets, make your choice and follow the instructions below for your chance to win.
April is Autism Awareness Month and today is Autism Alert Day. This evening, buildings across the United States, and the world, will be drenched in shades of blue in an effort to raise awareness for autism. Autism Speaks is the group responsible for bringing together over 55,000 supporters, with many sporting blue shirts and wearing puzzle piece charms this month.
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