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Thinking Father's Day? Think Tervis

Hey neighbors!

Have you already purchased Father's Day gifts?  Or are you more like me and wait until the last minute?  Father's Day is June 15th this year and is quickly approaching.  I have to share a great Father's day idea with you, Tervis Tumblers!  My family loves them!  We have actually had complaints because someone was using someone else's tumbler.

Tervis Tumblers make a great gift because they come in so many designs, you will surely be able to find one for whomever you are shopping for.  I use my own tumbler almost daily with the lid.  It is perfect for travel too!  I have the travel lids for mine.

We received the 16 oz. Tumbler with dogs and paw prints all over.  The saying, "A DOG'S TAIL NEVER LIES".  My husband will be surprised!  He really likes the tumblers too, so this will be a nice gift.

Tervis Tumblers are designed to keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold.  The cups are microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe.  Another nice thing is Tervis cups are American made and the cups come with a lifetime guarantee.

Be sure to follow Tervis on their Social Media pages.  Facebook - HERE  Twitter - HERE  By doing this you will find out about new designs and specials!

A little information from Tervis:
Tervis has been making insulated drinkware in America since 1946.
Tervis has thousands of designs to choose from.
Personalization available
Design your own on the Tervis Customyzer
Several size options

I am including a picture of my Tervis Tumbler.

If you are looking for another gift for dad, stop by Tervis and take a look around.  Or just stop by their website because they make some fabulous cups!  Thanks for stopping by today!  See you all soon!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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