Special Promotional Opportunity for Local and State Falls Prevention Coalitions
In preparation for Falls Prevention Awareness Day (FPAD), the National Falls Prevention Resource Center is excited to announce that a small number of Falls Free® Awareness Ribbons will be available to state and local Falls Prevention Coalitions at no charge.
Email email@example.com to request complimentary ribbons. State coalitions may request up to 100 ribbons. To order additional ribbons, see instructions below to place an order through 4imprint.
General Ribbon Information
In support of Falls Prevention Awareness Day (FPAD), an official Falls Free® Awareness Ribbon is now available through 4imprint. The ribbon (below) was designed with input from statewide falls prevention coalitions. The Falls Free® awareness ribbons are ‘Canary’ yellow with orange text; they are pre-folded and include an attached pin (no assembly required!).
Per unit prices differ based on quantity purchased, but the $40 set-up/dye charge fee has been paid by NCOA. Ribbons will be shipped from 4imprint through UPS, with shipping costs differing according to weight and distance. For reference, shipping for 1000 ribbons to NCOA offices in Arlington, VA cost $7.78, and are slated to arrive 8 business days post-order. Please see below for sample quotes and instructions for ordering the ribbons.
To Place An Order
Contact Emily Manning at 4imprint.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Toll free: 877-446-7746, Ext: 8673
- If Emily is unavailable, any agent can assist with your order.
Ask to place a “reorder” of 4imprint Order # 12446308. By referencing this order that NCOA has already made, your set-up/die charge of $40 will be waived.
- Provide the following information:
- Shipping Information
- Payment Information: all major credit cards and checks are accepted.
- Once payment is received, ribbons will be shipped directly to you.
Please contact email@example.com with any questions that arise regarding this promotional item. We look forward to observing Falls Prevention Awareness Day this September, and appreciate your continued involvement and support of this important effort!