EmergencyShorts has just recently manufactured 4 new wristbands in dedication of the emergency services of Great Britain with profits of the wristbands going to charity.
With 3 Police wristbands, 2 with the mottos "I GIVE THE QUEEN MY 30 MINUTES ... WHAT DO YOU GIVE?" and “EVERYTHING'S MY REMIT” in a covert black colour, there's a wristband ideal for serving officers. For retired Officers or members of the public we recommend the Thin Blue Line wristband which signifies the ever dwindling “thin blue line” of the Police frontline.
Profits from the thin blue line wristbands go to Care of Police Survivors Charity (COPS) which is a UK charity who help the families of police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty to rebuild their lives. They aim to ensure that survivors have all the help they need to cope with such a tragedy, and that they remain part of the police family.
New to the catalogue is the thin red line fire service wristband, again signifying the frontline of fire fighters which is like all emergency services is getting thinner. Profits from this wristband go to The Fire Fighters charity who are the UK's leading provider of services that enhance quality of life for serving and retired fire fighters, fire personnel and their families. Their vision is to make a positive difference by supporting people in the fire and rescue community when they are in need.
Wristbands can be ordered from just £2 with free delivery in the UK from the EmergencyShorts shop (http://www.emergencyshorts.co.uk/
To be eligible for a FREE wristband the blogger must register for a free account at EmergencyShorts and become a “Trusted User” by submitting 5 approved blog posts to the Police Blog, Fire Blog, Ambulance Blog or Military Blog Categories.
Emergencyshorts.co.uk is a blog network which contains blogs and short stories from those who look after everybody else. Be it Police, Ambulance, Paramedics, Fire Fighters and Military Soldiers, they work tirelessly to help and protect us all. We are indebted to those who display heroism and carry on working in the face of danger or violence directed towards them.