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Tervis Tumbler is a Florida-based company that specializes in insulated tumblers that are guaranteed for life. Tervis Tumblers use an ultrasonically sealed air chamber system to maintain the temperature of either cold or hot drinks. Plus they virtually eliminate condensation They are available in 5 different sizes, including the new 10oz JR-T, 12oz Double Old-Fashioned, most popular 16oz tumbler, 17oz mug & 24oz BIG-T. A 2.5qt Ice Bucket is also available, along with matching lids & accessories. Not only does the double-walled technology of the tumblers & ice buckets aid insulation, but it also allows for insertion of one of hundreds of different designs or personalization. Tervis carries marquis licensing agreements with The National Football League (NFL), John Deere, more than 130 different colleges & universities, Guy Harvey and many more.

Company History

Tervis was founded in 1946 by two Detroit, Michigan engineers named Frank Cotter and G. Howlett Davis[1]. Cotter and Davis used the last half of each of their last names to make the word “Tervis”. The Winslow family purchased the company in the early 1960’s. The Tervis tumbler was originally tall and cylindrical. The Winslows redesigned the product to its present shape.Like H. J. Stotter and other companies that specialize in decorative plastic poolside and patio ware, the company grew with the increasing leisure time that upper middle class Americans found after World War II. In 2006, Tervis expanded its product line from mugs, cups and glasses to include ice buckets.

Its headquarters are now in North Venice, Florida[2], where it has a factory store.

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