Bracelets for sale!

by 2 September 13, 2012 0 Comments

  The bracelets are in and selling FAST! Since going up around 8pm this evening 81 of the 100 are already gone! Handmade by super fan Lauren Geldzahler in assorted quantities of five designs. We teamed up with Lauren to help raise money for the Bombay Teen Challenge after R.A. Dickey's altercation with MLB umpires on August 15th. He was told to cut off his friendship bracelets that were made by his daughters. They were gifts before his climb this past offseason and he never took them off. Supposedly the bracelets are distracting to the hitters and are against the "uniform" rules. Profits from each bracelet are donated to the Kilimanjaro Outreach Program, Bombay Teen Challenge in R.A. Dickey's name. http://bombayteenchallenge.org Make a donation to a great cause while sporting your team colors and support of R.A. Dickey. All one size. Average bracelet is 8 inches but can be tied to be any length. Get one now before they're all gone! CLICK HERE!


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