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SafeRingz Couple

April is Couple Appreciation Month, so we celebrated by asking SafeRingz couples to share images of themselves and their spouses. While SafeRingz bands remind couples of their commitment to one another, these SafeRingz couple images remind us why we do what we do.


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Couples For Couple Appreciation Month

April is Couple Appreciation Month, so we celebrated by asking SafeRingz couples to share images of themselves and their spouses. While SafeRingz bands remind couples of their commitment to one another, these SafeRingz couple images remind us why we do what we do. We created a comfortable rubber wedding band that is built to break, so you are always safe and free of worry when it comes to taking off your ring in order to stay safe.

Although Couple Appreciation Month is over, we want to encourage everyone to continue sharing their love and posting photos of themselves with their spouses and their SafeRingz.

SafeRingz couple: Travis and Jaquilyn Shumate


Travis and Jaquilyn Shumate

SafeRingz couple: Jeff and Donna Barber


Jeff and Donna Barber



SafeRingz couple: Rob (Robbie E Impact) and Tara Strauss

Rob (Robbie E Impact) and Tara Strauss

SafeRingz couple: Julio and Jessica Fabry

Julio and Jessica Fabry

Two people holding hands with wedding rings on.


Christopher and Samantha Dean

Connect with us on Instagram @saferingz and share your couple images!

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