Crystal, MN, January 02, 2014 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- With a colorful selection, individuals can now share their relationship status, personal hobbies, and individual tastes right on their wrist for the world to see.
Titled as “the original single bands,” Single Bands are more than just personal advertising. These wristbands are an exclusive way to share one's status with others – a thick band representing your life status, with thin bands letting others know who and what you’re looking for. This takes the guess work out of trying to decide for yourself who’s single, who's taken, or whose divorced.
“By sharing hobbies right on your wrist, individuals can meet someone taking the dog for a walk or going to the races, someone at the beach, going to a concert, etc.,”* states owner Cathie Hill.
Each package comes with 1 thick band of 7 different lifestyles and 4 thin random colored bands. An information card is included in each page to explain what all the colors mean – all the individual has to do is pick the bands that meet their personal status or interested and put them on.
Hill goes on to say, “Wearers will quickly notice that people will be more inclined to not only approach them, but start a real conversation based on their hobbies. Plus, knowing right away that you’re available takes the risk out of being rejected or ejected by someone who you ‘thought’ was single.”
With many people growing tired of costly online dating memberships on websites, along with spending hours at home alone online on weekends trying to meet someone, more and more people trying to find love offline the old-fashioned way. This is where Single Bands become the perfect fit (pun intended) for those who like to go out, be social and meet new people
through colorful bands.
Founded in 2006, the idea for Single Bands came to owner Cathie Hill when she met a new, attractive employee at work. Having no idea he was taken, and not wanting to get too personal too quickly, she thought that if there was something he wore to let others know he was single or taken she’d know it was okay to approach him. Hill went home that same day and began thinking about personal wearable ads that were not only informative, but fun and inviting – thus the wristbands were born. Cathie has officially launched the collection in 2014.
For media inquiries regarding Single Bands, individuals are encouraged to contact the owner Cathie Hill directly at 763-567-9262, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about Single Bands or to purchase a package of wristbands, please visit: www.singlebands.us