Fast, New and Fancy
Is it ethical to tell your clients that Enduraline's Titan Thermal Tumbler with Animated Flip "Patch" Insert changes its logo not via lenticular insert, but through literal magic, changing its logo via the ancient power of Merlin? Probably not. However, and we're just putting this out there, telling your clients your drinkware comes straight from Merlin's laboratory is probably a great way to sell a lot of tumblers. (You're welcome.) For more information, visit www.enduraline.com.
When Thirst Calls
We at Print+Promo are of the generation that pretty much only knows Dan Marino for his work in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. Now, thankfully, we can add something else to that list: He also has the same name as the Marino from Gordon Sinclair. [Editor's Note: The bottle also has as much skill at winning Super Bowls. Hiyo!] For more information, visit www.gordonsinclair.com.
We've never participated in a bike race, but we did walk up some stairs today and that pretty much killed us, so we can imagine that riding a bike any non-zero distance is pretty thirsty work. Keep cyclists (and their infinitely less athletic stair-climbing brethren) hydrated with the ProShot Bike Bottle from Huffermen Inc. For more information, visit www.huffermen.com.
You Mason Me Jealous
Mason jars: Once only notable for holding jams or various bathtub moonshines, now an acceptable drinking device for all kinds of things. Example: The Game Day Double-Wall Mason Jar from Leed's. It's great for any game-day beverage, from stadium beer to your Uncle Chet's "Go Lions" backwoods fightin' water. For more information, visit www.leedsworld.com.
Life's Building Block
Leading hydration scientists agree: Drinking square water is much better for you than "round" water. (We don't want to get too technical, but it has something to do with the water's edges reborking your body's glabulons. According to the latest issue of "Popular Nonscience" anyway.) So give end-users the superior, edgier, reborkulating hydration they deserve with Logomark's Tritan 25 oz. Water Bottle. For more information, visit www.logomark.com.