Custom Printed Coasters

What do you use your custom coasters for? These versatile little items are made to protect your tables from scratches, stains and watermarks; one of the first things we do when we have company over is to offer them a drink. Having coasters available helps to save water spots on expensive furniture. They have other uses as well. They can be used to add a splash of color to a room, and since they are small, they take up very little room. When they are spread out throughout a room, rather than just in one place, it is more likely that they will be put to use. They can be used under flower pots and candy dishes to prevent spills.
Another good use for these coasters is to place them under bottles in the refrigerator or in cupboards to prevent the sticky mess from oil, ketchup and other like condiments. They will help to stop drips and dribbles that you will otherwise have to clean up!
Promotional coasters are a convenient giveaway for almost any business or event. They are small but useful and durable, and few people ever have enough of them. They come in a variety of styles and designs, and although the major material is cardboard, you can also find them in materials such as bamboo and rosewood. They can be round or square, depending on your personal preference.
Sports bars and restaurants are particularly good examples of places where these coasters can be used to good advantage. Customers often even pick them up when the evening is over and take them along when a particular design catches their eye.
Imprinted coasters can be as simple as the custom printed round, square or football cardboard coasters with a large 4” x 4” imprint area for your logo. They can be novel, such as the mini mouse pad coaster, with its non-slip rubber foam base, which is perfect for your direct mail campaigns as well as a souvenir for events or conventions. Or they can be as classy as the Rosewood coaster set with its classic design and holder.
Any of these printed coasters will help get your business or event noticed and remembered.

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