Press Release Summary:
With capacity to stretch to almost twice their resting length, Mover Bands are suitable for holding and securing furniture, appliances, and other large items. Reusable bands can also hold moving blankets in place, keep refrigerator doors shut, and prevent dresser drawers from opening during transit. With just one properly sized Mover Band, stabilization for most loads can be achieved.
Original Press Release:
Alliance Rubber Company Introduces Mover Bands
Bands designed to secure items during a move have been added to Alliance product list.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. -- Alliance Rubber Company has added Mover Bands to its list of products. These heavy-duty rubber bands have the capacity to stretch to almost twice their resting length to accommodate objects of various sizes. They are ideal for holding and securing moving blankets on furniture and appliances.
“Mover Bands are designed to hold furniture, appliances and other large items securely during a move,” said Alliance Rubber Company President Bonnie Swayze. “Along with holding moving blankets in place, they’re great for keeping refrigerator doors shut and dresser drawers from opening in transit.”
These moving tools are reusable and efficient, creating minimal waste. Stabilization for most loads can be achieved with just one properly sized Mover Band. Multiple Mover Bands can be used on items that require it.
Bands can be purchased in four different lengths, colors and sizes. For more information on how to purchase Mover Bands or any other Alliance Rubber products, visit www.rubberband.com.
About Alliance Rubber Company
Since 1923, Alliance Rubber Company has been dedicated to “Holding Your World Together.” The company has grown into a global leader with more than 2,200 skus of mailing, shipping, office and packaging products sold through dealers in 55 countries. Under the current leadership of President Bonnie Swayze, Alliance continues its long history of innovation. Pioneering the women’s entrance into the boardroom, Swayze was the first female board member of the Wholesale Stationers Association and has served on the WBENC board and other HUB organizations.