Autism Puzzle Ribbon Lapel Pin

Autism Puzzle Ribbon Lapel Pin

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Autism Puzzle Ribbon Lapel Pin
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None of our products are intended to be used by children. The small parts and makeup of our products is not intended for those 13 and under. uses many different materials including lead-free pewter, zinc, copper, aluminum, nickel, brass, and others. Due to the custom nature of our work and the wide variety of finishing techniques employed in producing our products we can not economically test each individual product for compliance with prop 65. Therefore we choose to place Prop 65 warnings on all our products when shipping to California.

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    Autism Awareness

    Posted by Margi on Oct 29th 2011

    I am very please with the pins I ordered. My grandson is autistic, so I am pleased to wear the pin and tell people about him when they ask about it. I do wish, though, that you had epilepsy awareness pins. My daughter has epilepsy, and it seems as though people aren't aware of the seriousness of that illness.

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    autism puzzle lapel pin

    Posted by Elizabeth on Jul 13th 2008

    I just love the fact that we can have these pins and jewlery for our kids so people could see the there is a reason why they do the things they do.

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    Autisum Awerness Month

    Posted by Shelley Ritter on Apr 29th 2008

    My son has Autisum And since April is awerness month I wanted his teachers to all have aribbon pin to wear. they all were so glad to get one and they all wear the pins with PRIDE.

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    Autism Puzzle Ribbon Lapel Pin

    Posted by Peter on Apr 19th 2008

    I got my pins just when I expected them. They were all individually sealed and were a great hit at my job.

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    Autism awearness

    Posted by Donna McGlumphy on Apr 4th 2008

    I just the pins to help get people aware of Autism and it work everyone wanted to know where I got the pins.

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    Posted by Madeline on Apr 10th 2007

    My son just celebrated his 4th Birthday.
    These pins where given to our guest as a sign that Autism is here and affecting our world we just wanted our friends and family to know that our son is very important and we want them to stop and think WHAT IS AUTISM I got alot of feed back,once our guest got home most went on line on line to find out what is Autism.Thank You
    the Pin is Great will need to order more

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    Made someone smile

    Posted by Larry on Feb 26th 2007

    A co-worker has a son that has Autism. He organized a team to participate in walks to raise
    funds to fight Autism. We gave everyone who was on a team a pin, and everyone who was
    a financial sponsor. In my daily travels I kept a small stash of Autism pins in my pocket,
    and as I ran across people affected by Autism, I gave them a free pin. One girl who works at
    Cracker-Barrel Restaurant told me that one of her son's has Autism. She was upset because
    someone had stolen the Autism magnet off her car. I gave her a Autism pin, and it made her
    smile from ear-to-ear. She has worn it to work everyday since.