-Lauren's Hope Says Vanity Is No Reason to Risk a Life-
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 14 -- It's statistically proven that medical identification (ID) tags save lives. Medical ID tags should be worn by the millions of people suffering from chronic conditions like diabetes, cardiac issues, asthma, allergies and other conditions that require special medical treatment. Yet only a small percentage of Americans with chronic conditions actually wear medical ID tags because either they don't want to emphasize their medical condition or the traditional, clunky medical ID tags don't fit their personal style.
Lauren's Hope creates fashionable jewelry that allows its customers to choose bracelets, necklaces, watches and other jewelry that is stylish and discreet enough to fit your own personal style, while communicating important medical information in case of an emergency. Lauren's Hope offers chic medical ID jewelry for men, women and children of all ages and styles, from elegant to funky to sports-themed jewelry. Lauren's Hope offers gift wrapping and guaranteed shipping by Christmas if ordered by Dec. 22.
"Despite the fact that our customers are so appreciative when our jewelry makes the difference in an emergency, we also understand that sometime people prioritize vanity over safety when it comes to wearing medical ID tags," said Denise Gaskill, marketing director and co-founder of Lauren's Hope. "That's exactly why we offer stylish medical ID jewelry that people actually want to wear. We have the perfect holiday gifts for your mother, child or friend that can fit their personal style, while giving you the peace of mind that you may help save their life."
Lauren's Hope guarantees shipment in time for Christmas, and offers a "Wish List" feature if you are hoping to receive a Lauren's Hope medical ID yourself! To order Lauren's Hope Medical ID jewelry for your loved one, go to www.LaurensHope.com or call 1-800-360-8680.
About Lauren's Hope
Founded in 2001, Lauren's Hope provides fashionable medical ID jewelry for men and women of all. Started when the cofounders' young friend, Lauren, refused to wear a medical ID tag for her type 1 diabetes because "they're ugly and draw attention to my illness," the company has been going strong ever since, with thousands of testimonials from customers who wear their jewelry with pride and have seen the life-saving benefits of their Lauren's Hope Jewelry.
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