Last week, social media was abuzz with news that Stanley Quencher tumblers contained lead. The experts say not to worry, but could the frenzy end Stanley's reign as the hottest thing in drinkware?
It’s interesting how businesses start out — and even diversify — sometimes. Often, it’s just out of necessity. Russ Truluck, CEO of Inform Systems Data Documents Inc., Arden, North Carolina, remembers when he first added promotional products to his product line. A print customer didn’t have the items they needed for a trade show. After…
Insight into product trends, buyer habits, and new products hitting the promotional products industry in 2024.
The Stanley 40 oz. mug is the most popular item in drinkware. That was evident on the show floor, but it wasn't the only star in the drinkware show.
We looked at three upcoming Starbucks drinkware lines to provide inspiration for distributors' drinkware promos for 2024.
Hey Tea had to scrap a line of co-branded drinkware it did with the Jingdezhen China Ceramics Museum after just a few days, as it's illegal in China to use commercial products to promote religion.
Delta Airlines is phasing out its plastic cups in favor of a new single-use paper cup, which will be used for both hot and cold beverages (including alcohol).
A Luke Combs fan found herself at the center of a $250K licensing lawsuit. The country singer found out, and not only removed her from the lawsuit, but is paying off legal fees and selling a tumbler of his own to help with her medical bills.
The St Regis Group, Cheektowaga, NY, announced the latest addition to its product line: RIEDEL. This partnership will see St Regis become a supplier for a select range of RIEDEL wine glasses and decanters in both Canada and the U.S. Distributors can now source RIEDEL's premium brand directly from the St Regis Group website. "RIEDEL…