PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Medical ID Marketplace by Hope Paige, the foremost designer of fashionable medical accessories, has teamed up with eight celebrities to create customized bracelets in order to benefit a variety of charities. Their designs will also serve to raise awareness for illnesses such as epilepsy, cancer, diabetes and food allergies. These bracelets are available for purchase today on the Medical ID Marketplace website.
The following celebrities and charities are participating in this campaign:
- Melissa Joan Hart – St. Jude Children's Hospital
- Kimora Lee Simmons – Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)
- Leeza Gibbons – Leeza's Place
- Misty May Treanor – Breastcancer.org
- Dot Marie Jones – American Cancer Society
- Greg Grunberg – TalkAboutIt.org
- Meatloaf – The Painted Turtle
- Kenton Duty – The Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN)
Each celebrity has partnered with a charity of their choice based on causes they strongly support and feel are aligned with their philanthropic efforts. 100 percent of profits from each bracelet sale will go towards their corresponding charity. The women's bracelets retail for $39.99, while the men's bracelets retail for $39.95.
"We are thrilled that these celebrities have come on board to support these amazing causes as well as help us to raise awareness about the importance of wearing a medical id," said Shelly Fisher, CEO and Founder of Medical ID Marketplace by Hope Paige. "This campaign comes at a perfect time, as these bracelets would make for a great holiday gift for anyone wanting to put health and safety first while remaining fashionable and trendy."
While each celebrity has a different reason for participating, they all have an inspiring story to share. Visit www.hopepaige.com to browse the bracelets and find out why each celebrity recognizes the importance of wearing a medical id.
About Medical ID Marketplace:
Founded in December 2003, Medical ID Marketplace is a contemporary medical ID bracelet company that mixes fashion and style with function and purpose to develop an entire collection of fashionable medical emergency bracelets and jewelry for men, women, boys and girls. Their products can be found across the United States in doctors' offices, pharmacies, super markets, jewelry stores, specialty boutiques and online. A partial list of retailers include: Kroger, Rite-Aid, Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Albertsons, Stop-N-Shop, Giant, Bashas, Bi-Lo, Kerr Drug, A&P, Medicine Chest, Brookshire, Amazon, Target, Martin's, Family Pharmacy, Focus Pharmacy and Price Chopper. For more information, visit www.hopepaige.com.
SOURCE Medical ID Marketplace