Keep Calm and Boston Strong [with BIC Bands]

I don’t normally promote specific brands or products on the blog unless I truly believe in them and find them useful. However, I’ve made an exception for Southern California-based company BIC Bands who are doing something extra special to benefit those injured and affected by the horrific events that occurred in Boston on April 15. If you’ve ever seen me running (a race, errands, or otherwise) wearing my sparkly shiny headband, you’re already familiar with BIC Bands whether you know it or not.

[I’ve already written a full review of my experience with these bands on my blog, so I won’t repeat it here.]

If you’re looking for a special way to contribute to the cause, please consider purchasing these limited edition Boston Strong headbands for which 100% of the proceeds will be donated to charity. BIC Bands have already sold 750 bands in the last 24 hours, which is equal to $9,600 which will directly benefit The One Fund and those affected by the Boston Marathon tragedy! How amazing is that?! This is further evidence of how last week’s events have drawn the running community (and the world) even closer together, showing that hope truly does conquer.

Boston Strong BIC Band

Bands can be ordered in three sizes: small (19″ for children or small-headed adults like myself), standard (20″), or large (21″ and I’ll assume that means you’re smarter than most of us.) Show your support by clicking the link and pre-ordering your BIC Band. They’ll be on their way shortly!

Disclaimer: I was not compensated in any way for my endorsement of this product. The views and opinions expressed on this post are purely my own.

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