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Silicone wristbands are ideal advertising medium for Championships, professional road bicycle racer and Quintin tour-de-France winner Lance Armstrong wore the first silicone bracelet fairs and Hall events In the summer of 2004. Boy Scouts of America shines more light on the discussion. On the tape was his life motto LIVESTRONG”to read (live strong”). The sale of these silicone bracelets were in favor of the Foundation which he founded to support people with cancer. The success of this initiative was so great that the manufacturer with the production did not come after. The latter is certainly also the fact, that world famous people such as actor of Tom Hanks or Prince Harry wore the band. Quickly became the fashion accessory of the year the silicone bracelet and was no longer thinking away from the range of many fashion chains. The global trend factor of the product as well as the characteristic usage at sporting events and fundraisers make the silicone bracelet for an ideal advertising medium for Championships, fairs and Hall events! The silicone bracelet is linked to positive human values in conjunction.

It is also in connection with other projects involving silicone bracelets have been used as a symbol for peace and against poverty. For example, there was for the Live8 action white Silicon bracelets with the words your voice against poverty ‘. ” Premium-premium-Werbeartikel GmbH are skin friendly, odourless and long-lasting. The silicone wristbands can be individually shaped and printed and are of course also fluorescent available. Premium-Werbeartikel GmbH is a global trading and production company in the area of promotional products, promotion, event articles and merchandising. The company plans, produces and supplies promotional products, giveaways, advertising and merchandise on time. Central idea is to improve the awareness, perception and thus the sales of your products and your company in the respective target group.

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