Legendary Tervis Tumblers
Now available in Fishouflage Camo
Greenville, WI (November 20, 2014) – New collectible 16 oz. Fishouflage Tervis Tumblers are available in Bass, Walleye, Redfish and Crappie patterns — sporting a lid that’s constructed to keep your truck and boat coffee-stain free.
Before the top goes on, what separates the Fishouflage Tervis Tumbler from dime store knockoffs – besides being awesome looking – is a double-wall design that keeps hot drinks hot, cold drinks cold, and greatly reduces condensation. Coffee stays hot from door to dock, and your favorite summertime beverages will keep their cool for an afternoon on the pontoon.
Dishwasher safe, the Fishouflage Tervis Tumbler is born and bred right here in America. In fact, all Tervis Tumblers come with a Made for Life™ guarantee.
Fishouflage Tervis Tumblers are available online, and in stock, perfect for that $20 gift ceiling, not to mention your self-imposed limit for most of your relatives. Available in Bass, Walleye, Redfish and Crappie patterns, the Fishouflage Tervis Tumbler hits the shipping dock for only $19.95.
Available worldwide, Fishouflage is the ultimate expression of the fishing lifestyle. Beyond species-specific premium outerwear, Fishouflage patterns are surfacing on pieces of popular fishing gear, such as Ardent reels, Evercast rods, Plano tackle bags and rod cases, and Pro Seat Covers for your boat and truck. Watch for other cooperative Fishouflage product releases in 2014.
Let’s take a little trip back in time. It’s 1946. Detroit. Engineers Frank Cotter and G. Howlett Davis hit on something big: they harness the natural insulating powers of air to create a permanently sealed, double-walled tumbler. Finally, a way to keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold. This outstanding innovation changed the drinkware industry forever.
Combining the last three letters of each of their last names, Cotter and Davis dubbed their new brand “Tervis.” In the years to follow, they worked hard to refine and improve their designs. The original tall, cylindrical tumbler evolved into additional sizes and products. Today, Tervis offers 10 tumbler sizes, plus hundreds of customizable designs, emblems and accessory combinations.
John C. Winslow purchased the Tervis product rights in the 1940s. The Tervis Tumbler Company was then incorporated in 1967. To this day, all Tervis drinkware is proudly made in America. More than 900 people are employed through this family-owned-and-operated business, headquartered in North Venice, Fla.