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Win a FREE Tech ID From Lauren's Hope! It's FREE STUFF FRIDAY!

  
  
  

Free Medical ID JewelryWhat day is it? That's right, friends! It's FRIDAY! And better than that, it's FREE STUFF FRIDAY! Our favorite kind of Friday!

MyID Sport Red Bracelet Inside Info DetailToday, we're really excited about Free Stuff Friday because we're giving away THREE prizes from our brand new product line! This week, we introduced Tech IDs from MyID™. We're giving away one each of the Sport, Cadence, and Sleek bands, which are pictured throughout this article. These exciting new bands are the latest in personal ID jewelry. Here's how they work:

MyID Cadence Black Alum Box wProductEvery MyID™ band has up to three points of access through which first responders can retrieve your personal health profile: Scannable QR code, phone number for 24/7 call center, and website. All of these access points require your account number and PIN, which are also on the band. Once they've retrieved your profile, first responders and ER personnel can review your medical, emergency contact, personal demographic, historical, and insurance information in order to more quickly and efficiently provide care. 

Blue Green My ID Sleek Bracelet Nexttobox ProductPretty cool, huh? The profiles themselves are super easy to set up. You can do it online or even on your phone with the free MyID™ app. Being able to update your information on the fly is incredibly helpful. At the doctor's office, you can ask your health care provider questions and input the answers right then and there. 

Every MyID™ product comes with a 1-year subscription to the online health profile service, and renewals are just $10 a year. 

Get To The Good Stuff!

Alright, on to the giveaway! We're giving away three products, so there are three ways to enter. You can enter once for each method:

1. Post a comment here telling us what you think about Tech IDs!

2. Follow us on Facebook and share one of our recent Tech ID posts with your network.

3. Follow us on Twitter and share one of our recent Tech ID posts with your followers.

That's it! Of course there are rules. There are always rules. They are boring and pretty simple. The contest runs through midnight central time on Sunday, April 20, 2014, and we will announce our three winners on Monday, April 21, 2014 at the bottom of this post and on Facebook. Be sure to check back so you can claim your prize!

 We Have A Winner

 

 

 

And the winners are...

 

The winner of our Sport MyID Band is...

Veronica, who said... "Awesome. Can't wait to get one for me, my mother and my son. There different generations and perfect for each of us!"

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The winner of our Cadence MyID Band is...

Sharon, who said, "Just when I thought about downloading my medical needs on a usb device and gluing a caduceus onto it I found this website with--wait for it--a cloud-based medical id!!!!! At 71 my health needs may change over night and immediate updating keeps me covered in case of emergency. Waterproof means information is still safe and reachable. I am so happy to see this product!!!!!"

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The winner of our Sleek MyID Band is...

Sumi, who said... "I love this because it can give my medical history, which is quite extensive. It is also perfect for my dad because I can update it at a distance."

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Do you see your entry above? If so, congrats! Please email tara@laurenshope.com to claim your prize within 3 business days. If not, don't despair! Come join us on Facebook, and you can use our FAN coupon code for 10% off your next purchase!



Comments

Amazing, it concerns me that I may not be able to talk and with Tech ID......No Worries...thank you
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 10:04 AM by Dorothy Henry
All four of us have chronic illness and it is constantly changing. I even have a new diagnosis that should be added on my med bracelet in addition to my diabetes. My son has post concussive issues and the details/meds keep changing. My daughter also has changing info. I love the fact that we could get that all in the cloud and no need to get new engravings:)
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 10:08 AM by Jennie Jones
I absolutely think the new Tech ID's are the wave of the future. How cool is it that you can store all your critical info on a cloud server for quick and easy access? Love this concept!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 10:10 AM by Shelley B.
I think the Tech IDs are awesome. They look extremely comfortable and very interesting way to have your medical alerts available to you and others.
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 10:11 AM by Chfonta Satterwhite
There are awesome! The next step is here. Clever, sleek and fun looking too! I hope I can win for my son, he has T1D and was recently diagnosed with Celiac.
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 10:21 AM by Misha
These are perfect for my teenage daughter who is far from a "girly-girl"! They are sleek and clean looking but afford my diabetic girl a real smart way to communicate if she were ever in a situation that she couldn't. They are incredibly stylish for the 16 to 20 year olds...the techies would be really comfortable in this band!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 10:42 AM by michelle cowit
We are all walking and running as exercise in our family. 
Exercise is so helpful in managing our chronic conditions. 
So a TechID would be a great accessory to the exercise routine.
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 10:44 AM by Sarah Sherman
I think the Tech ID's are a wonderful addition to your line of medical IDs! Since I was diagnosed with seizure disorder my kids (all grown and living far away) have worried about what would happen if I had a medical emergency...this type of ID would provide responders with exactly the info they'd need!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 10:46 AM by Michele Melichar
I was thrilled when I received the email regarding the new techid's. Unfortunately I have too much information that needs to be shared in an emergency. This is perfection!!! I am definitely ordering and sent an email to my friends that wear them as well. Brilliant idea. Personally I am going to order the black Luxe however I have several different styles and would love to win one for variety. Thanks!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 10:47 AM by Christine
I think the new techid bracelet is amazing. My medical diagnosis' keep changing and this is a great way to keep everything up to date. Thank You! 
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 11:03 AM by Stacy
This would be the perfect band for my 14 year old
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 11:17 AM by Tracey Hammerschmidt
This is a great integration of technology into everyday life. Traditional bracelets are limited on how much information they can provide to emergency response personal, the TechID bracelets can provide more information and at higher detail- which could save an individuals life.  
 
I also like how sleek these look, they are attractive while still delivering the needed information!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 11:19 AM by Sierra
Thank you Lauren's Hope for your creativity. I love the concept on the new Tech ID brackets, having your personal information stored on a Cloud server and being able to made any changes without having to have a new ID plate made. I like the fact that there are more choices and options to choose from. I like the Sleek and the Sport bands. I hope I win one.
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 11:39 AM by Ivy
This is so cool. As my illness evolves, it would be great to have a tool that is able to evolve with it.
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 11:39 AM by anne kircher
I was really excited to see this technology in your bracelets. As a single parent with numerous allergies this is a great option. It will make it easier for child to help their parent if they need to. I also like to travel and the security of knowing my medical info is always there is always comforting. They also look fantastic!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 11:47 AM by Paula
This is a great idea! I have a medical background so I understand my medical issues, but my family doesn't. If I were incapacitated this would be great! I can record my issues and not have to worry that my family has to fill 
in the medical personnel on all my issues. 
My mom could use one as well now that she is older, lives alone and is diabetic.
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 11:53 AM by Erin
Just when I thought about downloading my medical needs on a usb device and gluing a caduceus onto it I found this website with--wait for it--a cloud-based medical id!!!!! At 71 my health needs may change over night and immediate updating keeps me covered in case of emergency. Waterproof means information is still safe and reachable. I am so happy to see this product!!!!!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 12:53 PM by Sharon
I love these. They would make my life so easy with my little princess, she has been a t1d since June 25,2010
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 1:00 PM by Valerie
A must have for those of us with both multiple and ever changing medical issues. Everyone should have an ID like this to speak for them when they can't.
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 1:14 PM by Betsy Achladis
Always open to new tech to keep our daughter safe! Thanks for the opportunity!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 1:27 PM by Jenna
I love these. They would make it so much easier especially for young kids that need medical alert bracelets.
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 1:42 PM by Jamie
I love these!!! They are perfect for my active weekends! Thank you for coming up with such a large variety of options!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 1:56 PM by Deborah Ayres-Potocki
Love this bracelet. I would be great for my little one!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 2:23 PM by Dawn
My T1D daughter has recently been diagnosed with a peanut allergy also. The MyID is an amazing way to make sure that she is safe & assuage this mama's fears as she goes abt normal teen functions. It would be a huge asset!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 2:28 PM by Melissa
love these!!!!!!! have other bracelet and necklaces from you!!!!!!!!! this would be great if I was home alone for the emergency people!! if I fell since I have MS. 
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 3:11 PM by shari l.
Oh I so need one. My daughter's could use them too. I was so excited to see and the 10 a year renewal fee is reasonable
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 3:28 PM by Julie Dobson
I'm new to all this tech stuff and heard about these bracelets. I would love to try one out. Thanks for the opportunity.
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 3:58 PM by Sandra Hunt
Awesome. Can't wait to get one for me, my mother and my son. There different generations and perfect for each of us!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 3:58 PM by Veronica
I love this because it can give my medical history, which is quite extensive. It is also perfect for my dad because I can update it at a distance.
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 5:42 PM by Sumi
Love them because I can keep all my medical information on them in case of medical emergency/
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 6:02 PM by Joyce Markel
These are absolutely brilliant and I would LOVE to win one for my dad who has multiple medical issues and is on so many different medications. Even though he wears a medical ID, he has to carry a massive list of all his medications in his wallet (a spreadsheet!), and this could help no end help emergency personnel know exactly what he's on, how much and why!
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 6:44 PM by Sara Westhead
It's great that info can be updated as needed without waiting for a new tag to arrive. I don't think I would ever give up my other bracelets though because I love to change it up often. It would be a wonderful addition though especially for trips.
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 7:40 PM by Luana Weaver
I think these are awesome and are a great alternative to traditional engraved medical ID bracelets, especially if someone has metal allergies. I would love to have one and then if I added one of those fitness trackers that look similar I'd be all med'd up! I'm on a lot of medications and have several disorders and would find it very helpful to have a way to share that information with caregivers, family, emergency personnel, etc.
Posted @ Friday, April 18, 2014 10:21 PM by Veronica Raj
I really like these tech id bracelets because I have a lot of information that I would like to have available to medical providers in the case that I cannot speak for myself. I also love that the information can be connected to different bracelets in case anything happens to my first one.
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