Some designs are great for younger students
While Hodges Badge Company may be best known for equestrian, fair, and athletic awards, we want to let those of you working with children in schools and community programs know that we offer a full selection of red ribbons and drug free items for Red Ribbon Week. Each year, the last full week of October is designated as Red Ribbon Week, a national drug awareness event. By wearing a red ribbon, students and adults alike can show their stance on opposing drugs and drug use.
Need a red ribbon? Check out our web site for 43 stock designs, as well as ribbons that can be personalized with your school or organization’s name, and 50 and 100-yard ribbon rolls. Also popular for Red Ribbon Week are drug free buttons and wristbands.
Have you had an anti-drug campaign or drug awareness event at your school? What items or activities were a hit? Feel free to share in the comments.
Other designs get straight to the point
This year’s Red Ribbon Week is coming up! From October 23-31, Red Ribbon Week, the nation’s largest annual drug prevention campaign, will take place in schools and community centers across the country. For 25 years Red Ribbon Week has helped to preserve Special Agent Kiki Camarena’s memory and further the cause for which he gave his life.
Here at Hodges Badge, we’ve designed new red ribbons, a new multicolor flag wristband, and a new multicolor ribbon in honor of Special Agent Camarena.
Any ribbon or roll with one of our 30 stock designs can be customized with your school or sponsor’s name. Take a look at our full range of Drug-Free products on our website.
While pinning red ribbons certainly makes a statement, what else can you do? The National Family Partnership has designed a planning guide, which includes ideas such as decorating your classroom’s door, having a red shirt day, or having a poster contest or essay contest.
If you need a current Red Ribbon Week flyer, or have any questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org