{[ item.description ]}
Quantity: {[ item.quantity ]} + {[ item.promotionalQuantity ]} Free
Total (Includes Shipping{[ item.setUpFee > 0 ? ' & Setup' : '' ]}): {[ item.quantity * item.price + item.setUpFee | currency ]}
Setup Fee: {[ item.setUpFee | currency ]}
Average Price Per Band: {[ item.price | currency ]}
{[ field.name ]}: Clipart Preview
{[ field.name ]}: {[ field.name ]}
{[ field.name ]}: {[ field.value ]}
Quantity: {[ cartItemsQty() | number ]} + {[ cartPromoQty() | number ]} Free
Subtotal: {[ calcCartSubtotal() | currency ]}
Discount: {[ calcCartDiscount() | currency ]}
Continue to Checkout

Your cart is currently empty

1 (800) 523-8078 Shopper Approved logo for Rapid Wristbands Reseller rating of 5 stars for rapidwristbands

Wristband Blogs

Limited Time Only!

200 Free Wristbands with Every Wristband Order*On all orders of 100 wristbands or more

Order Now

Page 2 of 5


  • The 5 W's on Oral, Head, and Neck Cancer and How to Spread Awareness

    (Apr 2nd 2019)

    George Harrison, Michael Douglas, and Sigmund Freud are infamous legends in their own respects. George Harrison with music, Michael Douglas with movie acting, and Sigmund Freud with his mind.

     Burgundy and white ribbon represents oral head and neck cancer awareness.

    But besides infamy, they all have one unfortunate thing in common - they all had some form of Oral, Head, and Neck cancer.

    Next week is Oral, Head, and Neck cancer awareness week, and to prepare, here are the 5 W’s of Oral, Head and Neck cancer and how you can spread awareness.


  • Four Ways to Increase Your Alcohol Awareness Days Before April

    (Mar 27th 2019)


     A woman drinking. Learn how to build alcohol awareness.St. Patrick’s Day has come and gone, and with it, the green-colored celebrations, the outfits, the alcohol. So what happens when the famed holiday becomes a lifestyle?

    But just because St. Patrick’s Day is over doesn’t mean the drinks go back on the shelf. For many out there, alcohol is the grown-up version of a safety blanket. A celebration becomes habit, which then turns into dependency.

    With April arrives Alcohol Awareness Month, a time where addiction surfaces into the public eye instead of behind closed doors. The time to build awareness on alcohol and the dangers it brings has never been more prevalent. Below is information for you to increase your awareness and safety on alcohol and better the lives around you.


  • Top 10 Ways to Improve Your Nutrition Awareness

    (Mar 20th 2019)

    ”If you are what you eat, then I don’t remember eating a sexy beast this morning” is what we all say in the bathroom mirror. No? Okay.

    But, in all seriousness, whether you are the healthiest person on the planet, or you eat a carrot once every blue moon, there are always ways to better your eating habits.

    Here are the top ten ways to improve your nutrition without drastically changing your lifestyle.


  • Brain Health Awareness: Take Care of Your Brain!

    (Mar 13th 2019)

    An image of a brain that helps us remind us of brain health awareness.

    The brain is a complicated thing. It is filled with billions of neurons firing at every second, connecting and processing information at an alarming rate. It even has the capacity to generate approximately 23 watts of power when we wake. Doctors and physicians have studied the brain for years and years, and there’s still more to learn about the brain. (1)

    But what we do know that a healthy brain is important. When our brain is healthy we operate at optimum potential. A healthy, full life is dependent on the brain and what we give it.

    There is so much information on brain health. Instead of giving you everything and overloading you with information, here are the key facts on how to help your noggin and how you can spread awareness.


  • Sleep Awareness: Start Counting Sheep and Stop Losing Sleep

    (Mar 6th 2019)

    I don’t know a single person who doesn’t love sleep. 6 hours to 8 hours to 10 hours. 15! From the second we hit our head on that pillow, we enter a realm of temporary darkness from which there are no responsibilities, worries, or cares.

    An individual stretching after their sleep. It's important to build awareness on sleep.

    But, sometimes, we sleep and dream of our worries. We have nightmares. Or we may not even sleep at all.

    And when we can’t sleep, we can’t function.