Beach ID Bracelets for Kids


Mother and father with younger youngsters utilizing Salobreña seashores get pleasure from not solely the solar and the water but in addition ID bracelets for his or her kiddies in case they get lost.

This service, which has been out there for some years now, is supplied by Ferretería Neptuno. Final 12 months they satisfied the Unión Cerrajeros Andaluces de Seguridad (Andalusian Locksmiths Security Union), to hitch in and supply this companies for different cities in Andalucía.

Consequently, there are 5,000 free, ID bracelets out there this 12 months in Salobreña for any guardian who needs to acquire one for his or her baby. They’re out there each within the {hardware} outlets itself on Avenida del Mediterráneo and on the Lifeguard posts on the seashores.

How does it work? While you decide up the bracelet, you write down the identify of your baby and a phone quantity (a cell) on the bracelet, that are self-adhesive and waterproof so getting them moist shouldn’t be as downside.

One of many brothers that runs Ferretería Neptuno, Silverio Jiménez Molina, defined that every 12 months it has been a hit, therefore it being on supply this 12 months, in collaboration with the City Corridor. In earlier years there have been instances had been youngsters wandered off, bought misplaced, and had been taken to the lifeguard publish by different seashore customers, ensuing of their immediate return to their frightened mother and father.

(Information: Salobreña, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)

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