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FinalStraw - The Last Straw You Need

Hi Neighbors!!

The holidays are truly closing in on us, and I wanted to share FinalStraw with you.  Many people are concerned about the environment and the disposable world we live in.  Straws are one of the subjects that are often brought up.  We use glass straws and a few metal straws, but now I have a travel straw.  It is perfect to take on road trips, hiking, to the park, just about anywhere you go, you can take your FinalStraw.  FinalStraw would make a perfect stocking stuffer for your friend who is concerned about the environment, a camping friend, a hunter, or a busy mom.  It is a handy item for just about anyone.

Not only is FinalStraw a re-usable straw, but it folds up and fits into a small plastic case, that you can attach to a backpack, your purse, or even your keychain.  Inside with your foldable straw, is a collapsible brush for cleaning your FinalStraw!!  So you have everything right there.  You won't take a dirty straw home with you, because you can clean it as soon as you are done using FinalStraw.

Be sure to check out the FinalStraw website, and then follow them on their social media.
Facebook - HERE
Twitter - HERE
Instagram - HERE

Thanks for stopping in where neighbors share!!


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