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Andersons Army Bracelets

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    MarioR1
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    Does anyone know if they still make the black "Fight The Beast" bracelets. Mine of 6 yrs finally broke.

    Thanks, mario

    Does anyone know if they still make the black "Fight The Beast" bracelets. Mine of 6 yrs finally broke.

    Thanks, mario

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      dian in spokane
      Participant

      Hi Mario, good to see you!

      If you go up to the top of this page, to the far right and find the heading that says "Support MRF", under that is a section that says "Marketplace" and in there you can find bracelets.

      dian

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      dian in spokane
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      Hi Mario, good to see you!

      If you go up to the top of this page, to the far right and find the heading that says "Support MRF", under that is a section that says "Marketplace" and in there you can find bracelets.

      dian

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        MarioR1
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        Thanks Dian. I had no idea that was there. Hope you are doing well. You are one of the few old timers that knew what i was talking about. lol

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        MarioR1
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        Thanks Dian. I had no idea that was there. Hope you are doing well. You are one of the few old timers that knew what i was talking about. lol

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        dian in spokane
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        Mario, my husband always wears his! I've not had to buy them, because it seems like every time I need one, I see someone who has some and gives me one! (thanks DiVa!) I have never been a fan of those bracelets because of the whole 'beast' thing. I'd wear them if they just said 'melanoma' on them.

        I had actually never visited the 'marketplace', but was sure I heard that MRF had them, so I looked for them and found them quickly. I see they have some teeshirts and hats for sale too, and ..looks like free shipping in the continental US!

        I'm doing great, I hope you are doing well too.

        dian

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        dian in spokane
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        Mario, my husband always wears his! I've not had to buy them, because it seems like every time I need one, I see someone who has some and gives me one! (thanks DiVa!) I have never been a fan of those bracelets because of the whole 'beast' thing. I'd wear them if they just said 'melanoma' on them.

        I had actually never visited the 'marketplace', but was sure I heard that MRF had them, so I looked for them and found them quickly. I see they have some teeshirts and hats for sale too, and ..looks like free shipping in the continental US!

        I'm doing great, I hope you are doing well too.

        dian

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      dian in spokane
      Participant

      oh..and it looks like Anderson's Army might still be selling them too. I just googled them and found their site.

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      dian in spokane
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      oh..and it looks like Anderson's Army might still be selling them too. I just googled them and found their site.

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