Tervis Tumbler signs licensing agreement with John Deere

Tervis Tumbler Company, manufacturer of premium insulated drinkware, has just signed a licensing agreement with John Deere.  This agreement will allow Tervis to create tumblers using four different iconic John Deere logos.

“While the opening product mix is selective, we expect it to garner great demand from our existing customer base and newcomers to Tervis,” said Rich Kaplan, Tervis’ vice president of sales & marketing. “We are pleased to be associated with John Deere, a company that has been part of the fabric of American life for so long

Tervis Tumbler has been experiencing tremendous growth over the past several years and has been working hard to expand its offerings of licensed products. “With the overwhelming success of our collegiate line, we have been looking for other avenues to provide our retailers with well-respected brand names to fulfill the requests of their customers and John Deere certainly fills that bill,” Kaplan said.

As with all Tervis Tumblers, the John Deere collection carries the lifetime guarantee, is freezer, microwave and dishwasher safe and will keep cold drinks colder and hot drinks hotter longer – a quality product for today, tomorrow and a lifetime.

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