BDA designed these awareness bracelets with the Hershey’s logo, along with the Hershey’s Kisses silhouette on the bottom.  This is one “sweet” bracelet!
Nissan created this custom rubber bracelet to help introduce and promote the new LEAF electric car. These Nissan LEAF bracelets were handed out at auto shows and press events around the USA.
BP created this BP bracelet with our new round bead. The round bead was perfect to display their logo.
The San Diego Humane Society gave this custom bracelet to all the participants at their annual “Walk for the Animals.” Footprints and pawprints together on the top of the San Diego Humane Society bracelet!
“The new Sea Shepherd awareness bracelets are one of our top selling items in our global eStores. A huge hit with our supporters/customers.”
–Alex Earl/Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
This new Mini Square beaded Prius bracelet is being used by Toyota to promote their entire Prius line-up. The mini bead is only 3/8″ x 3/8″, but has such a cool understated fashionable look and still packs a big punch! Consider using multiple beads on a bracelet.
“We ordered ‘Dignity’ awareness bracelets from ITo to hand out at our Dignity Speaks event and they were a hit. Everybody in attendance received their own and since then, they have been used as handouts at various functions, with many asking where they can get their hands on one for themselves.”
–Andrew Burditt/The Salvation Army
Myrtle Beach Safari and The Rare Species Fund are selling the long curved bead Myrtle Beach Safari bracelet they created and using the profits to save Tigers all over the world!
This is one of four different bracelets the San Diego Zoo has created for various events to help promote causes important to them. What a cool hangtag they created for their San Diego Zoo bracelets!
Viridian Power, a socially responsible energy company, loved the idea of a recycled tire band Viridian Power bracelet.  They designed the metal bead with their logo on top and decided to engrave it instead of the usual embossing.  It’s the first time anyone has done this and what a cool look!
Iowa State University designed these great “Cyclone Nation” bracelets, with a recycled tire band. On both sides of this Iowa State University bracelet it says “There’s only one” and on the bottom “cyclones.com.” Go Cyclones!!
Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast created what could be the coolest bracelet yet!  Both the front and back of the Conservation Foundation bracelet are shown here and the front looks like it’s a coin, doesn’t it?
RBC Life is a global wellness company that manufactures high quality nutritional supplements and body care products.  They designed their RBC Life bracelet with their logo on the top of the bead and their company’s tagline, Better Nutrition for Better Health on the sides of the metal bead.
Earthdog creates and sells unique and fun products for dogs. They created this “spay & neuter” Earthdog bracelet to benefit Kody’s Fund and proceeds go directly to spay and neuter programs.
Honda Financial used these bracelets as gifts for their dealers in their motorcycle division. In this photo, you can see all four sides of the metal bead on the Honda Financial bracelet.
Farm Sanctuary used their own font and logo on their custom bracelet. They’re using the Farm Sanctuary bracelet to raise money for their organization that rescues farm animals and educates the public.
“The No More Homeless Pets bracelets have not only been a valuable fundraising tool for Best Friends, but also a unique, effective and accessible marketing tool for our supporters to show their commitment and spread the mission. These socially conscious bracelets have helped raise thousands of dollars for our organization, allowing us to continue the life-saving work across the country in an effort to one day achieve No More Homeless Pets.”
–Namrata Chand/Best Friends Animal Society
Here’s an example of the longer curved bead on the American Planning Association bracelet. These are perfect when you need to deliver a longer message. The California chapter of the American Planning Association used these as event bracelets at their 2011 conference in Santa Barbara, California.
We helped Lexus create this Lexus bracelet to introduce and promote the new CT Hybrid. This is one cool hybrid!
This very bold bracelet was originally used to raise money for Doctors Without Borders soon after the 2010 Haiti earthquake. More recently, the Doctors Without Border bracelet was put to use again by a bunch of great students raising money for StandWithHaiti.org.
Patron Spirits Company‘s Ultimat Vodka brand wanted to raise money and help create greater awareness for the worldwide fight against hunger. They teamed up with Action Against Hunger and created this unique Patron Spirits bracelet. In this case, we matched the blue they use for their bottle.
The Arkansas Rice Depot‘s mission is to find sensible solutions for hunger in Arkansas. In 2009, they fed over 15% of the state and they’re using the Arkansas Rice Depot bracelets to help raise funds that allow them to continue and expand their efforts.
Prairie State College wanted to reinforce the importance of taking care of the planet with their students and faculty with this bracelet. The Prairie State College bracelet says Reduce, Reuse, Recycle with the college name and logo on the bottom.
Toyota created this bracelet to promote their new Prius C. This is the second Prius bracelet Toyota has created!
“We are so pleased with how the awareness bracelet turned out! I was actually in line at Starbucks when the woman behind me asked about my bracelet. I casually mentioned that she could buy it off of me and she immediately jumped at the chance. This was before she even knew the meaning behind it and that the proceeds benefit brain tumor research.”
–Cindy Oehme/The Rick Oehme Foundation
The city of St. Pete, Florida created this St. Pete Beach Classicbracelet for the annual 10K/5K, honoring Wendy Johnson and benefiting the Wendy Johnson Memorial Fund.
Alexander’s Quest is a small charity working to grant life experiences to children who are terminally ill with cancer. They sell the Alexander’s Quest bracelet with the longer curved bead to raise money for the organization and create awareness for childhood cancer.
The Orfeo Music Festival bracelet was created for their European classical music program set in the Italian Alps.
Volkswagen is selling their custom bracelet on the VW Drivergear eStore to both Dealers and Retail Consumers. They used their own custom VW font on the bracelet and created a cool DriverGear hangtag to go with it. This Volkswagen bracelet is simple and elegant.
These Sue Murphy I Believe Fund bracelets were made for a school in England in memory of the Head Teacher, who made a difference. They are using them to raise money for The Sue Murphy I Believe Fund. This is a great example of a bracelet that’s simple, yet says it all. It’s the second bracelet ITo has created for the European market.
Dundalk High School is in Dundalk, MD. They created their Dundalk High School bracelet with their own unique edgy font. We think it turned out really cool.
Optum, one of the leading healthcare management companies, handed out these Optum bracelets at a recent event. They really wanted to make a powerful statement with the one word, “indivisible.” Their website address is on the bottom.
Gifts by Design is a promotional products distributor in Seattle, WA. They created their own Gifts by Design bracelet as a “self-promotional” gift for their clients.
Awesome friends of a woman fighting bladder cancer created these “I’m Tired of CANCER!!!” bracelets.  It’s a rare form of cancer that needs tons of funding, so they are selling these bracelets and donating the profits to research and patient support.
The Midwest School of Voice, a center for music education and community outreach in Carmel, Indiana, wanted a bracelet to reflect their logo and their tagline – “Find your voice.”  Our round bead accomplished just that with their logo on the front and “Find your voice” in their font on the back.

For more information and pricing, contact Dan Hoffman at
dan@IToProducts.com, or call 310-317-9518.