How many days a week do you get takeout for lunch?
How often do you pack your lunch?
Getting takeout is definitely the easier option- no meal prep or planning required, no dishes to do later, and more choices. But it is more expensive, and can definitely tempt you to eat foods that you should probably avoid.
Today is #PackYourLunchDay, a day where you can take the first step towards packing your lunch on a more regular basis, and becoming more mindful about what you eat. Once you start prepping your own meals, it is so easy to eat healthier.
Some easy things to pack beyond the boring ol’ sandwich:
Endless types of salads- pack them full of protein!
Rice/grain bowls- add protein and veggies
Soups & stews
Here are the necessary travel tumblers and Thermos items to help pack your yummy lunch:
For Your Food- keeps it hot for up to 9 hrs or cold up to 14 hrs & comes with a built-in spoon!
For Your Water-
For your post-lunch caffeine break- keeps drinks hot for 7 hours-
There’s been a lot of buzz lately about ditching single-use plastic straws for good. But have you ever tried the alternatives? Paper straws disintegrate within minutes of you taking your first sip. Glass and stainless steel straws can be pricey.
How about we just try skipping straws altogether? Any of these travel tumblers will easily help you and your customers make the switch today on #SkiptheStrawDay:
Did you make a New Year’s resolution to eat healthier? One way to keep this promise up all year long is to start drinking healthy, detoxifying green juices. They will give you much needed nutrients and energy to keep you going all day long.
Top ingredients to include in your recipe:
Dark leafy greens: Spinach or kale
Veggies: Cucumber, celery
Fruits: green apples, avocado
Spice it up with: Lime, ginger, jalapeno
Your first jab at making a green juice might not be perfect, so play with the proportions of the ingredients to make the flavor how you like it. Or, if you don’t want to invest in a juicer, go ahead and grab a freshly made bottle at your local grocery store or coffee shop. Once you find a recipe you like, keep it cold in any of these travel tumblers and go about your day feeling refreshed and healthy!
Do you like bubbly drinks? Do you like caffeine as well? Then today is your lucky day- it’s National Carbonated Beverage with Caffeine Day. I bet you’re thinking the best drink to fill up your travel mug today is just some good ol’ soda, or perhaps a bubbly energy drink. But did you know that you can buy or make your own coffee soda?
A few companies out there make sparkling coffee, also called coffee soda. They’re basically just coffee infused with CO2, and perhaps a little sugar or citrus juice. Or you can do a little experiment at home today- mix 5 oz seltzer water, 2 oz espresso, and 2 oz of fresh OJ.
Whichever drink you choose today, don’t forget to put it in your trusty travel mug to get you from home to work, and all the places in between.
On Sunday September 29 you will wake up thinking it is just an ordinary day. But, in fact, it is not. It is the one day a year where coffee-lovers nationwide get to raise their travel tumblers in celebration of National Coffee Day.
Whether you like it iced, skim, half-caff, or just black, the one thing we can all agree on is that you need a proper insulated beverage bottle in which to drink your favorite coffee.
What better way to reward your employees than with any of these laser-engraved travel tumblers. It could be just the pick-me-up they need to get through the day.
A brief history of the Thermos® Bottle goes back to 1892. The glass vacuum flask was invented by Sir James Dewar of Scotland. It was intended to keep chemical experiments at a constant temperature. William B. Walker obtained the patent rights and founded The American Thermos Bottle Company in 1907. The first bottles in the Brooklyn NY factory were double-glass vacuum bottles and protected by a metal cylinder. Then in 1966, a new design was introduced. The Thermos bottles were made with a double wall of stainless steel. No glass was used. Now you could drop the bottle and not be disappointed with a broken glass insert.
Today, the latest design is a hi-end replacement for the Koozie® sleeve. It holds a soft drink can or a beer bottle, and keeps it cold for much longer.
Active business people spend time at the office, and time driving to appointments. Wherever you are, you want your fresh water to keep yourself healthy and properly hydrated. Thermos® has the ideal water pal for you. It is leakproof, so you don’t ruin your laptop. This Thermos water bottle keeps your water pleasingly cold for up to 12 hours, because of its vacuum technology. Since there is no glass involved, it is unbreakable. Your table and valuable paperwork won’t suffer from bottle sweat, because there is none. For added safety, the top remains closed until you press the button to drink. The large capacity is 18 ounces, and it is designed to fit in most car cup holders.
The thermos bottle was a ground-breaking invention of Sir James Dewar in 1892. He was an Oxford University scientist. His invention was bought in 1907 by three companies around the world. Since then, Thermos has been a household name. The companies have undergone numerous sales and acquisitions, even as late as 1997. One thing has remained constant over the years.. the quality of a useful everyday consumer product. The original Thermos water bottle used a vacuum in a glass insert. Now the vacuum is held by a double wall stainless steel container. Stainless steel is more durable than glass.
Here are 2 Thermos products you might not be aware of.
Don’t miss out on our 25th Anniversary Sale. It ends this Friday, September 30. Get FREE shipping on your order of anything on our website.
Coupon Code: AASH
Use that code in the shopping cart, and your ground shipping is reduced to zero.
Conditions: Offer good on NEW order (not a repeat order), for $200 or more. Cannot combine with other special offers, sale prices or coupons. Good for free ground shipping to the 48 contiguous states. Previous sales excluded. Must use this coupon code in the shopping cart: AASH. Offer expires September 30, 2016.
Promotional advertising items have been used for about a century. Company owners use them to cordially spread their advertising message to their customers and to the general public. Promotional advertising items are the pens, calendars, flashlights and coffee mugs that are around us all the time. They are the only form of advertising that is truly “appreciated”. When most other forms of advertising may be considered intrusive and annoying, promo products are welcomed by all recipients. Promotional pens and calendars could be called “trojan ponies” by advertising companies. Little by little, they carry your advertising message and logo to the people who may become your customers.
Why does your boss want you to order them? Let’s face it, he’s busy running the company. He trusts that you can pick the details, the imprint color, and the size of the product. You can rely on the help from promotional product distributors to accomplish this fun job. When the order is done, your boss and sales force can pass them out at the next trade show. And they have you to thank for making the ordering process a success.
Some of the most popular items are MagLites®, BIC pens, Lufkin tapes, wall calendars, Thermos water bottles, Leatherman tools, and pocket knives.