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Tuesday, May 26, 2015
  Many have asked how we became America’s largest manufacturer of rubber bands, and we thought it was time to share. The reason: magic. Meet magician Howard Posener. Take a gander at how he gradually multiplies rubber bands.  Over the next few weeks we’ll...
Thursday, May 21, 2015
We recently came across an adorable mother-son picture featuring a big moment in rubber band history. Below is Bonnie Swayze, our president, holding her son, Beau. Notice what’s on his wrist.  Beau is sporting the first rubber wristband in 1987. While countless people...
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Being headquartered in Arkansas, The Natural State, we understand how a tick can “tick” you off. We came across a trick to combat ticks with – you guessed it – rubber bands.  Here’s how to “tick-proof” your attire: To begin, you want to...
Thursday, May 14, 2015
  Caviar traditionally consists of lightly salted roe or eggs from sturgeon that inhabit the Caspian Sea. Once served exclusively to royalty and the wealthy, caviar is now available for the public to enjoy. A delicacy that commands excellence, many distributors trust rubber bands to deliver...
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Image via The Guardian This May, we are searching for a mom who needs help with her mess, and we need your help! Submit a picture of the messiest room that belongs to the mother of your household and have your friends vote. Moms can either confess to the mess or their family can report...
Tuesday, May 05, 2015
  Oklahoma Women Blogger Rachel Hough is a full-time elementary teacher, a full-time mom and a full-time wife. Like many women today, she wears many hats and tries to balance or juggle, depending on the day, each of them. To read more of her tales, visit http://rachellhough.com/ From...
Friday, May 01, 2015
  As a wife, homeschool mom, community builder, freelance writer and craftswoman, Stephanie Buckley is a real life Super-Mom! Stephanie, author of The Park Wife and owner of The Women Bloggers, guest blogs today telling how she and her son used Tie-Dye Bands to prepare for the release of...
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Have you ever been horseback riding? While most consider not falling an accomplishment, rodeo competitors have a lot more keys to success. One such factor is keeping their feet in the stirrups, which hang on each side of the saddle to receive the rider’s feet. During competition, time...
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
  Julie, author of Eggs and Herbs, guest blogs today informing us how our new Tie-Dye Bands can be used in the classroom. Julie offers a step-by-step guide on how to use these bands to yield the best results.   Tie-dyeing t-shirts is something I have fond memories of...