Silicone bracelets were first popular in the United States. The world's first silicone bracelet is yellow "LIVESTRONG". The common purpose of all people wearing this bracelet is to fight disease and cancer and make life stronger!
The trend was actually driven by American bicycle racing driver Ian Shitang who, with the help of a famous sporting goods company, produced 5 million yellow tapes with the words "live STRONG" and sold them for $1 each to raise funds for the Lance Armstrong Foundation. Later, several charitable groups followed LAF's example by using special English words or phrases. Printed on tape, it can also be used to publicize the organization's beliefs in addition to raising funds. This trend began in the United States and soon infected the European region. By 2017, tape is still the most popular accessories in Europe and the United States. This upsurge landed in Asia not long ago, and McDonald's, an American fast-food chain, introduced tape swap in some Asian countries. Planning, popular with young people, pushes this trend to a higher peak.
Since then, because of the advantages of environmental protection, non-toxic, tasteless, good elasticity and easy wear, silica gel bracelets have gradually developed into a popular jewelry, loved by young friends, and now the popularity has spread to the world.
Silicone bracelets are more associated with various organizational activities, brand promotion, sports and so on. A good design can convey far-reaching significance. Pink silicone bracelets with ribbon marks and the words "FUCK CANCER" are often customized to encourage people with cancer to fight cancer. Many organizations also customize silicone bracelets with encouraging words to raise money to help cancer patients.
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