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This entry was posted on February 9, 2011.
MORE than 1800 wristbands made by a Mosman resident to raise money for the family of a Queensland flood hero have been sold.
The story of teen Jordan Rice, who gave his life to save his little brother Blake, so touched the heart of Landy Randall that she decided to raise money for the Rice family.
She created a black silicone wristband with the words “Jordan Rice Little Aussie Hero QLD Floods 2011” through her and husband Michael’s company Handband.
The bands sell for $3 on their website and all profits go straight to the Rice family.
So far, 1840 have been sold.
“They are hard-working Australians who don’t want to ask for any help, but are grateful that other people are offering them their help,” Mr Randall said.
The bands are also for sale at The Counting Sheep Cafe at Mosman.
To order, call 1300 368 980 or visit handband.com.au.
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