Tervis Tumbler: Brilliant & Made in the USA


While glassware is certainly a bizarre product to write about I cannot begin to explain how outstanding Tervis Tubmblers are and how thrilled I am that they are engineered and produced here in a USA! Dating back to 1946, engineers Frank Cotter and G. Howlett Davis gave the world its first insulated tumbler. (The last 3 letters of both of their names combined results in TERVIS).

Over the years Tervis Tumbler has made itself the go-to glassware in my book for a number of reasons. First off, the tumblers are indestructable meaning no matter how hard you try YOU WILL NOT BREAK THEM. How many glasses can you say that about? They are a highly durable product and similar to Nalgene water bottles in this sense. Secondly, thevtumblers are insulted due to the gap between the plastic wall touching your fingers and the plastic wall containing the beverage. This significant feature comes into play when you need the drink to stay warm or cold for an extended period of time. Finally, Tervis Tumblers are personalized so you extinguish the risk of losing your drink or confusing it with a drink belonging to someone else.

After taking a look at the Tervis website I was impressed to discover that in addition to manufacturing in the USA the company is involved with a number of charitable organizations. Such organizations range from The Morris Foundation dedicated to animals and the Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer movement to Green Behavior and Support Our Troops. It is with great pride that I continue to support patriotic and ethically sound companies such as Tervis Tumbler.

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