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Jewelry Line Packs Heat
Bullets2Bandages was started by two former bomb techs who turned demilitarized arsenals into “bullet jewelry.”
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Cole Evans and Erik Spalding are turning ammo into accessories in a fashion line called Bullets2Bandages, which is also helping the families of fallen soldiers.

(Alicia Santistevan 2011)

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Cole Evans, co-founder of Bullets2Bandages.

(Alicia Santistevan 2011)

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Erik Spalding, co-founder of Bullets2Bandages.

(Alicia Santistevan 2011)

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They are Naval Explosive Ordnandez Disposal officers, or bomb techs, who started the company to turn something that could do harm, a bullet, into a symbol of hope and healing.

(Alicia Santistevan 2011)

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B2B will introduce clothing into their line. It already sells hats and T- shirts in addition to the bullet jewelry. By hiring a female employee, they also hope to branch out to the women’s market.

(Alicia Santistevan 2011)

Jewelry Line Packs Heat

Bullets2Bandages was started by two former bomb techs who turned demilitarized arsenals into “bullet jewelry.”

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