DIMEBAG Memorial Bracelet To Benefit Victims Of Alrosa Villa Tragedy

February 17, 2005

KFK Industries, MerchMonster and Core-Entertainment have come together to create the "Dime Memorial Bracelet". The bracelets are 100 percent synthetic silicon black rubber with debossed text lettering and sell for $3 plus sales tax from DimeTribute.com.

"There are no words to express what 'Dimebag' Darrell Abbott meant to so many people," reads a posting on the site. "His heart, his genius, his soul were always there to be shared. Dimebag was one in a million. There are few musicians .. people.. who have a heart as big his.

"Out of respect, and to preserve the spirit of Dimebag, KFK Industries, MerchMonster & Core-Entertainment, have come together to create the 'Dime Memorial Bracelet'.

"This bracelet represents our love and appreciation for Dimebag, it also serves as a remembrance for all those affected by this horrible, senseless tragedy. December 8, 2004 has become a grim day in the lives of any fan of music and a day that should not be forgotten.

"All proceeds, every dime of profit will be given to The Dimebag Darrell Memorial Fund & VH1 Save The Music Foundation to help cover bereavement and medical expenses for John 'Kat' Brooks, Chris Paluska, and Jeffrey 'Mayhem' Thompson."

For more information, visit DimeTribute.com.

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