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Memorial Bracelets Are Reminder Of Lost Victims Of September 11 Tragedy

NOVI, MI


As Americans start regaining their sense of comfort; they are also turning to things that offer a lasting sense of remembrance.  A new web site, www.memorialbracelets.com, offers Victims of Terrorism (VOT) bracelets for people who wish to show support for the friends and families of those lost on September 11, 2001. VOT bracelets are available without names for people who want to show support for America's opposition to terrorism.


All profits are currently being donated to the Twin Tower Orphan Fund. "We think these bracelets are a great way to raise money for the children of the victims," said W. Knox Richardson, co-founder of the Twin Tower Orphan Fund.


MemorialBracelets.com borrows from the concept of Vietnam War-era POWs and MIAs. Americans hoped that wearing bracelets bearing their names would return missing or imprisoned Vietnam soldiers. The VOT bracelets offer American's hope that the lives of the victims will not be forgotten and that America will always be prepared to prevent another terrorist attack.


John Roy, a New Yorker who lost his brother in the World Trade Center, requested his brother's name, Sgt. Timothy Roy, be added to the list of victims. "By wearing the bracelet, people will be showing hope that my brother's body or something from him will be found so we can have some closure," said Roy.

 
 
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