Allergy Alert Labels from Name Bubbles for Extra Attention and Care When Parents Aren't There

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May is “Allergy Awareness Month” and the Name Bubbles Allergy Alert Label Pack helps keep everybody in a child’s life aware of the extent of life-threatening allergies, and provides plenty of space for contact phone numbers and guidelines about what to do in case of a sudden attack.

Name Bubbles Allergy Labels help ensure crucial information is available for caregivers

Knowing what my son needed to stay safe while in the care of others, helped us design our labels to fulfill not only our family’s needs, but also the similar needs of millions of families worldwide.

Durable, vinyl Allergy Alert Labels from Name Bubbles helps ensure that crucial information about a child’s allergies is always there, no matter where he or she goes or who is watching them. They are specially designed to stay affixed to nearly any surface, from plastic to fabric to paper, and they include key information that teachers, child-care givers, camp counselors and others might need to know about when a child is away from mom and dad.

“Name Bubbles Allergy Labels are specially designed to give peace of mind to the parents of kids with life-threatening allergies,” said Michelle Brandriss, CEO and founder of Name Bubbles. “Knowing what my son needed to stay safe while in the care of others, helped us design our labels to fulfill not only our family’s needs, but also the similar needs of millions of families worldwide.”

Designed especially for kids with serious allergies, these durable, vinyl, waterproof Allergy Alert Labels stay firmly affixed to backpacks, lunchboxes, sippy cups, or any food container; plus, they focus extra attention on what to do in case of an allergy attack on field trip forms, permission slips, and other school and camp documents. Each label leaves room for four lines of information, so parents can include the types of allergies, directions about what to do if an allergy attack occurs, and parent- and physician-contact phone numbers in case of emergency.

The Name Bubbles Allergy Alert Labels ($32.88) includes 96 customizable labels, with four lines of information, as follows:

  • 48 dishwasher-safe Allergy Alert Bubbles – Great for thermoses, lunch boxes and items that go through the dishwasher, or sports equipment and needs to be waterproof.
  • 48 water-resistant Allergy Alert Stickies – These labels work on a variety of items, from toys to pencil boxes. They also draw attention to a child’s allergies on paper documents like school forms and field-trip permission slips.

At the same time “mompreneur” Michelle Brandriss started to develop the Name Bubbles brand and suite of label products, she and her husband learned the extent of her son’s food allergies to nuts, peanuts, and coconut. She learned that even the wrong brand of gummi bears (those with coconut oil) could cause serious problems for little Cooper.

“I needed to be sure Cooper was safe when he was in others’ care, and that meant ensuring everybody who came into contact with him knew his particular sensitivities to certain foods,” Brandriss said. “None of the existing labels allowed me the space I needed to include all the information I knew would be important. Having the right information available could be life saving for Cooper, so I designed labels for our needs knowing that this level of personalization would be helpful for other children and their parents.”

About Name Bubbles
Name Bubbles are fun and functional waterproof press-and-stick name labels designed to help busy families keep track of toys, clothing, hand-held electronics, baby bottles, school uniforms, sports equipment, and much more. Name Bubbles waterproof labels are safe for the dishwasher, laundry, and microwave. Custom label packs are available for allergy alert labels, camp labels, school labels, and daycare labels. They can all be personalized and purchased right on the Name Bubbles web site at http://www.namebubbles.com.

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