CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., Dec. 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Hope Paige Designs, an innovative international medical identification company, has introduced a great last minute stocking stuffer this holiday season. The first easy to wear bracelet instructs first responders to look to your smart phone for identification and medical information.
The cell phone historically is not a place that EMT's are trained to look for information. Traditionally the training is to look on the wrist and around the neck. "Whether you are out exercising or traveling alone, wearing a bracelet stating 'MY INFO ON PHONE' is a great idea," says Michael Schwarz, Gladwyne Fireman and water rescue expert. "Since we are trained to look at the wrist this is a great extra safety measure. I think it's a great concept."
The EMTspot.com lists, "Check for medical alert tags or bracelets. Checking for medical alert bracelets is a staple of the EMT medical and trauma stations."
Having this bracelet priced at $3.00, makes it an easy gift to give to a loved one. "We are always thinking through situations and ways to make people safer," says Hope Paige founder Shelly Fisher. "We know through conversations with EMT's that looking at cell phones is a new concept. This bracelet gives everyone a heads up to check the phone."
The bracelets can be purchased online at www.Hopepaige.com. For quantity discounts, custom bracelets or more information call 610.234.0093.
For Samples or information:
NAME: Andrea Schwarz
CELL PHONE: 610.745.9429
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