ROCHESTER, NY (PRWEB) July 22, 2005
One Rochester, NY entrepreneur has caught not only the attention but the wallet of AmericaÂs largest party supply store chain, Party City. Karin Morabito, inventor of Drink-A-Dinxs drink markers, will provide the chain with unique small charms that stick to any smooth, non-porous surface such as glass, metal, plastic, or tile. Morabito has already filled the 500-store retail chainÂs order for summer-themed markers, and Christmas and Mardi Gras are on deck.
According to Morabito, ÂDrink-a-Dinxs are more than an attractive way to identify drinks across a variety of containers. They also serve a practical purpose in their ability to help prevent communicable diseases. There is nothing more unnerving than accidentally taking a sip from a strangerÂs drink.Â
Wine charms that encircle the stem of a wine glass have been around for years. Until Drink-A-Dinxs, there was no similar way to uniquely identify containers for other types of beverages at parties and gatherings. Drink-A-Dinxs are removable, reusable, washable, and affordable.
Using either a small suction cup or static-cling plastic, the drink markers stick on any glass, bottle, can, or cup whether they are plastic, glass, metal or StyrofoamÂ®. The markers also adhere to surfaces such as windows, mirrors, tile, refrigerators, and computer monitors to add fun and personality to surroundings.
Morabito offers Drink-A-Dinxs in hundreds of styles and themes including seasons and holidays, hobbies, sports interests, music, travel, animals, and careers. They are particularly suitable as hostess and housewarming gifts; party favors for offices, events, weddings, baby and bridal showers, stag parties, picnics, graduations, birthdays, reunions, pool parties; breakfasts, lunches, cocktails, and dinners; Christmas, New Years Eve, July 4th, Easter, St. PatrickÂs Day, Super Bowl, tailgate parties; stocking stuffers; and promotional items.
Drink-A-Dinxs is a division of Glamour-Eyes, Inc., a consumer products company. For more information, contact Karin Morabito, (585) 392-6779, Karin@drinkmarkers.com, http://www.DrinkMarkers.com.