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Since 2012, SleekSleeves has been fortunate enough to have SuperSleek support from our customers across the world, and to start 2018 off on another positive note, we’re launching a monthly SleekNotes blog series! We are very proud of these #Sleekfluencers who have found protection, comfort, and style in SleekSleeves throughout their medical journey.
Hard to believe it is already October and we are posting another #WearABand community roundup! September was a busy month. SleekSleevers shared their photos and stories on their journey to New York, the US Open, and beyond! Full Length Arm Sleeves in pink seemed to be a SleekSleeves favorite as they were snapped being used for added protection during a hike on Black Rock mountain at the beginning of the month and at the US Open Tennis Championships as well! Did we mention that they happened to match Serena Williams? We were also excited to receive another Look Good *...Read More →
Another month has passed, and we are proud to feature our August 2016 - #WearABand Community Roundup! These SleekSleeves supporters were featured in our weekly #WearABand spotlight on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The array of pictures and messages of support that pour in from all over the globe continues to grow and inspire others! If you haven’t had a chance, view our July 2016 - #WearABand Community Roundup blog to learn more about the #WearABand movement, and read countless stories of hope, inspiration, and a whole lot of Sleek fashion! As always, thanks for joining us in celebration of those who...Read More →
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May 7th may have been a cool, damp day in Medford Massachusetts, but walkers were fired up to support Dysautonomia International. SleekSleeves was one of several sponsors of the POTS Walk to raise awareness and research funds for POTS, a condition that affects over 1 million Americans. Dysautonomia International is a non-profit aimed at raising research funds and awareness for all forms of dysautonomia, including Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS). Dysautonomia International president, Lauren Stiles, noted, "we are thrilled to partner with SleekSleeves to help raise awareness about POTS. Some patients with POTS and other forms of dysautonomia receive treatments...Read More →