Carmel Travel Tumbler – SM-6709

custom travel tumblerIf you have used tumblers as promotional products before, and for your new campaign you want something a little sturdier and of a higher quality, the Carmel Travel Tumbler may be the perfect choice. Each campaign, each target audience is a little different. Your earlier campaign may have targeted a huge audience at a convention, where your goal was to get as many tumblers as possible distributed in a short period of time. You may have chosen to distribute them at small stands along the beach, where many will be tossed in the trash after use, and wanted an inexpensive version that could be put out in large volume. Selecting a product based on the place where it will be used, the target audience, and your budget makes good business sense.

The Carmel Travel Tumbler is an insulated travel mug with a stainless steel screw-on lid with a slide opening. It’s made to last and to be reused for a long time. It can carry both hot and cold beverages, and makes the perfect branding tool for sports teams and charities. It’s valuable as a travel mug; refill it along the way to keep you alert on the road. It fits easily into vehicle cup holders, and is the perfect shape to grasp without taking your eyes off the road.

The nine choices of color combinations allow you to select the one that most closely matches your company or team colors. With a contrasting logo that stands out in a crowd, the 2.75″ x 1.25″imprint area allows you to prominently display your design where it will be readily seen even from a distance.
The Carmel Travel Tumbler is great for giveaways at sporting events, charity events, and almost any community event. Sports teams can elect to sell them to fans as an added stream of revenue. They are also valuable as giveaways at store openings and open houses. Whichever way you choose to distribute them, they are sure to be a real benefit to your campaign.

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