"Those Who Can, Do. Those Who Can't, Teach"
Pamela Thompson is a college professor that proves the saying wrong! iPromise Project of Salisbury, NC was started in Fall of 2010 with an idea for a bracelet that can be worn to help keep a promise - Dr. Pamela Thompson's idea grew into a business with the support of Food Lion founder Ralph Ketner and the birth of the iProm!se (tm) bracelet - the I Promise Project website and iProm!se bracelets were launched to the world on January 1, 2011 with a campaign to "Make a promise, not a resolution" targeted toward popular New Year's Resolutions. Pamela Thompson, a Business and Computer Science professor at Catawba College and iPromise Project have supported numerous fundraisers and campaigns with the original and new bracelets, and custom iProm!se bracelets.
The vintage, webbed bracelets are made in the USA of US spun webbing with picture quality print. Webbed bracelets have been sold internationally and were featured at the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, NC (iProm!se to Vote). These bracelets can also be used as a key ring.
Recently iProm!se bracelets feature a new, stretchable silicone version of the iProm!se bracelet - this new concept is PERFECT for iPromise Project and the iProm!se bracelet!
Fundraisers and Campaigns We Have Supported: I Promise Project has giving at the core of the business - we give back and we like to pay it forward! I Promise Project is truly a business with a conscious. Here are a few of the fundraisers and campaigns we have been involved with:
I Promise to Vote (featured at Democratic National Convention, 2012)
Miss Teen and Miss NC/SC No Texting and Driving Promise
Proverbs 22:6 Ministry
Operation Christmas Child: support of young entrepreneur Lenny in his first business venture raising funds for Operation Christmas Child
Perthes Disease Fundraiser