Apr 15, 2016
Awareness bracelets, like the ubiquitous symbolic lapel-ribbons we now see worn in support of causes as varied as breast-cancer research and animal-rights, come in a wide variety of colors. Each color symbolizes the particular cause that the individual wearing the bracelet supports. There is a veritable host of color charts for bracelets–and ribbons–available on the internet to help us interpret their meaning. A red bracelet, for example, is widely associated with support for the fight against heart disease, while green commonly represents encouragement for the military troops. And so on, through the entire rainbow, which itself signifies support for the LGBT demographic.
The silicone type of bracelet is so inexpensive to produce that it now can be found in many forms and in all kinds of places, even in the glow-in-the-dark form used in bars and night-clubs to signify that the wearer has paid up. And therein lays the beauty of this particular object: An awareness bracelet can be manufactured very inexpensively by companies that supply nonprofit organizations, or public charities, with this marketing item in their own names or the name of causes they support.
If you are looking for a simple, inexpensive revenue-generating and marketing tool, look no further than the awareness bracelet. For a modest $10, each supporter of your organization’s cause can purchase one of these made-to-order bracelets, easily netting a $5.00 profit per supporter to add to your bottom (black) line!