Made in North America, the patented Shield dispenser is designed to prevent contamination and remove the worry. This no-touch dispensing station is constructed from durable powder coated aluminum with a steel base.
Today’s marketing focus is all about creating an authentic experience that resonates with your customer, and fosters into a lasting, loyal relationship with your brand. Creating a cohesive brand experience goes a long way toward establishing this kind of relationship. Today’s successful brands offer more to their customers than their main product lines. Added touches, like custom merchandise, can help expand the consumers’ interaction with your business by bringing an element of memorability to your brand.
Tasked with taking a simple display and bringing the brand’s story to life, drawing in new consumers in an impactful way. We wanted to make these design highly visually while ensuring consumers can still recognize the display as their brand.
These simple lightweight designs holds an entire case of bottles. The displays have a modest retail footprint with stunning graphics that catch your consumer’s attention.
Need to drive highly effective results? Simply place the unit at point of sale locations and watch as sales increase.
Red plastic cups may be out thanks to an aluminum alternative shaped like the iconic solo variety. Consumers view the aluminum cup as a sustainable and easily recyclable alternative to plastic cups, which are currently a mainstay of stadiums, restaurants and beaches and often end up in the trash or on the ground. Aluminum has always been a beautiful alternative to plastic, with over 75% of all aluminum produced still in use today. A high number considering we throw out over 16 billion plastic cups each year. Conscious consumers are looking for more sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative to their favourite items.
“It’s the only bottle in existence – I tremble when I pick it up,” says Prof Jim Smith, gingerly lifting a bottle of Atomik grain spirit.
The “artisan vodka”, made with grain and water from the Chernobyl exclusion zone, is the first consumer product to come from the abandoned area around the damaged nuclear power plant.
The team started the vodka project by growing crops on a farm in the zone. “Our idea then was [to use that rye grain] to make a spirit,” they say.
The aim of selling Chernobyl artisan vodka and hopefully making a profit, he says, is to enable the team to distribute most of the money to local communities. The rest will be reinvested in the business, although Prof Smith hopes to provide the team with an income to work on their “social spirit enterprise” part time
We put Repour™ to the test. Same bottle of wine using only the Repour™ as the bottle stopper. How long would it last? We managed to sip and savour this wine for 21 days! Don’t take our word for it – try it & taste it to believe it #repour #bestwinesaver #winepreservation
Repour™ works so simply and so effectively. See here how oxygen is absorbed from the air above the wine, and from the wine itself, to keep your wine fresh for days, weeks, or months. Don’t take our word for it! Try it to believe it! #repour #bestwinesaver #winepreservation
We are pleased to announce that we are the exclusive supplier for the Repour™ line. If you have any questions or would like to order some more samples, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Try it to believe it! #repour #bestwinesaver #winepreservation