campaign kickstarter: Coffee Talk
There are 128.3 million commuters and 100 million daily coffee drinkers in the U.S. alone, according to statisticbrain.com. How much those numbers overlap is difficult to say, but it's hardly a stretch to imagine there's significant crossover—if you're a commuter, you know that hot coffee is the only thing keeping America's roadways from devolving into Mad Max-style carnage each morning.
Does that make travel mugs and tumblers the most important inventions of the last century? Possibly. Does it mean you should be pitching them every chance you get? Definitely. Give your sales a boost (and do your part to stave off the rush-hour apocalypse) with these mugs and tumblers.
Breakfast, also known as "time-to-stop-partying o'clock," can be a buzzkill, but not if you use Bullet's Party 14 oz. Ceramic Mug for your morning coffee. It improves upon the classic party cup by adding a C-handle and a 1.25x2.5" imprint area on two sides, and it is available in six color options. For more information, visit www.bulletline.com.
Which makes a better promotional product: the 11 oz. Ceramic Mug – White from Custom Printing II Ltd. or a White Walker from Game of Thrones? Let's compare. One has a C-handle, optional gold or platinum accents, and a variety of imprint options. The other rides a zombie warhorse and is probably a real pain to silk-screen. We're going with the mug. For more information, visit www.customcrest.com.
All the Fixins
Moderne Glass Co.'s 20 oz. Fixin For Fun looks like a glass mason jar, but remove its mask Scooby Doo-style, and surprise! It was a double-walled, BPA-free plastic mug the whole time. (It would have gotten away with it too, if it weren't for you meddling kids.) The mug includes a color-coordinated lid, bottom and straw, and has a 3x2.5" imprint area on two sides. For more information, visit www.glassamerica.com.