St Petersburg, FL (PRWEB) August 21, 2013
Medical ID bracelets from Sticky Jewelry (Sticky J) are among the items currently up for a vote in Wal-Mart’s “Get on the Shelves” contest. Get on the Shelf contest offers entrepreneurs like Sticky J the chance to be sold at Wal-Mart stores and on Walmart.com. The Sticky J products shoppers may vote for include Beaded Medical ID Bracelets, USB Sport Strap Bracelet Velcro Sport Strap Medical ID Bracelets, Silicone Medical ID Bracelets and Children’s Sport Strap Medical Bracelets.
“We are very excited that five of our unique products have been chosen for this contest,” said Lori Torman, CEO. “We sincerely appreciate our fans and friends taking the time to vote for us and help us get our medical ID bracelets on the shelves of Wal-Mart stores across the country.”
Sticky J’s medical ID bracelets, including the ones featured in this contest, are designed to be fashionable as well as practical. Men, women, and kids who have to wear medical ID bracelets will appreciate having a product they actually enjoy wearing. The Beaded Medical ID Bracelets are interchangeable, and are made of the finest quality beads. Kids’ nylon medical ID bracelets come in 21 styles of interchangeable straps to create a medical bracelet that kids will be proud to wear. The USB Sport Strap Bracelet, also included in the Wal-Mart contest, comes in different colors of medical Velcro sport strap with 4GB USB built-in.
Voting to put Sticky J products on the shelves of Wal-Mart is simple. Shoppers can visit https://getontheshelf.walmart.com, then view the entry video about the product created by Sticky J and submit a vote for their favorite medical ID bracelet. Voting is limited to one vote per person, per day. Sticky J encourages its clients to vote and spread the word. If these products are selected to be sold at Wal-Mart, shoppers across the country will have access to fun and unique medical ID bracelets that anyone would be pleased to wear.
For more detail about the company or to shop for customizable jewelry, visit http://www.stickyj.com/.
About Sticky Jewelry:
Sticky Jewelry (affectionately known by some as StickyJ) was founded in 2000. Their first product was an engravable photo pin that could hold a Polaroid i-Zone photo. Sticky Jewelry has expanded its inventory to include engraved lockets, dog tag pendants, id bracelets, key chains, fashionable medical alert jewelry, and much more. The vast majority of the items they sell are able to be personalized with custom engraving using either traditional diamond tipped stylus engraving machines or laser engraving machines.