Wrap-n-Snaps (copy)

Wrap-n-Snaps, a line of customizable kids bracelets, is now a partner with the Jackson Hole Children's Museum. A kickoff party is planned for April 29 at the museum.

Wrap-n-Snaps, a Jackson business that makes customizable kids bracelets, announced it will give 1 percent of its profits to the Jackson Hole Children's Museum.

"This partnership aligns perfectly with our mission by honoring children's unique interests and promoting hands-on-play," the museum's executive director, Jean Lewis, said in a press release.

On April 29 the museum will host a kickoff party with a "make your own bracelet" station that costs $10 for one bracelet or $15 for two, and a design your own snap contest. The party starts at 11 a.m. and goes until 2 p.m. Admission is free.

The museum will also roll out Wrap-n-Snaps birthday parties and sell bracelets and starter kits on-site.

Wrap-n-Snaps are the creation of Sam LaCasse, a former teacher at C-Bar-V in Jackson Hole who went on to earn a business degree at the University of Colorado. Kids can change up their bracelets to suit their personalities and interests. The "snaps" are decorated with animals, emojis, sports images and more.

"The Museum was a perfect fit for us," LaCasse said in the release. "After spending years in the classroom as an educator, I wanted to create a learning tool that promotes individuality. Education is a core element of our work, and we are committed to giving back."

Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor and Business section coordinator. She worked in Washington, D.C., and Chicago before moving to the Tetons.

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