Custom Drinkware To Put The Happy In Happy Hour

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When the workday is done, promotional drinkware can usher in the most anticipated part of the day: happy hour. From pubs and restaurants to lounges and wineries, there’s a spot at every bar for custom drinkware.

In fact, promotional drinkware can be part of a potent marketing cocktail for your establishment. Custom drinkware can be used to serve brews, sold as a retail item or included as a giveaway with the purchase of a specialty drink or beverage size. (Few can pass up on the yard-long margarita when it comes in a great custom cup.)

Plus, when you give the happy-hour crowd custom drinkware to take home, you get bonus exposure for your logo.

Open a tab: We have some great logo drinkware to make your next happy hour even happier.


custom margarita glass It’s not the tequila talking—there really are tiny lights that flash and dance every time this custom margarita glass gets used. Your customers can adjust the switch to show green, purple or blue lights, or all three together.
custom shot glass Here’s a custom shot glass that’s cooler than an ocean breeze. Your customers can knock back two ounces of their favorite shot with this Tiki promo shot glass. It makes a fun souvenir or commemorative gift.
custom wine glass Get ready to pour the pinot grigio—this custom stemless wine glass makes a classy statement at any happy hour. Your logo will look crisp and bold sip after sip.
custom martini glass Whether shaken or stirred, Manhattan or Cosmo, this custom martini glass is just what your customers ordered. It lights up when placed on the bar, and it includes an automatic on/off switch to prolong battery life.
custom plastic beer mug This custom plastic beer mug is sure to get the party started. Your logo is imprinted on both sides, so everyone at the bar gets a good look.

Promo know-how tip: Use custom drinkware to create different vibes for your happy hour. For example, light-up drinkware is fun for college bars, while custom wine glasses are excellent choices in a restaurant setting.

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