NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Second Race of Season at Phoenix International Speedway and to Celebrate, Mud Jug Portable Spittoons Releases Diamond Back Snake Mud Jug Design

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For the Second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race Weekend of the season, Mud Jug Portable Spittoons releases Limited Edition Diamond Back Snake Mud Jug.

Diamond Back Snake Mud Jug

NASCAR and dippin go hand and hand

After an eventful season opener at Daytona International Speedway, NASCAR fans are hoping the Subway Fresh Fit 500 in Phoenix will be just as exciting. What better way to kick off the Sprint Cup Series than by releasing the Diamond Back Snake Mud Jug Portable Spittoon. With the race season underway, Mud Jug owner Jeff Welch is hoping to attract more NASCAR fans with many new designs this year.

“NASCAR and dippin’ go hand in hand,” says Welch.

Say goodbye to nasty spit cups and spit bottles. Now spit and not worry about spilling or drinking from the wrong cup.

Made of high impact injection molded plastic, the Mud Jug boasts a weighted base and easily removable, snap-fit funnel lid. Its ergonomic design fits securely in a hand and its innovative shape conceals odors and virtually eliminates spills.

Diamond Back Snake Limited Edition Mud Jugs are available exclusively through Mud Jug’s website. Enter coupon code MJ12 for 10% off any order. Although only available online at this time, plans are currently in the works to expand Mud Jugs into larger retail outlets. "One day major retail chains will realize that the smokeless tobacco business is a billion dollar industry. Then consumers will find Mud Jugs in major retail outlets," Welch says.

Don’t get stuck in last place. Be a winner; grab a Mud Jug Portable Spittoon.

About Mud Jug: Mud Jug Portable Spittoons was founded in 2004 by innovator/owner, Jeff Welch. The goal was to provide smokeless tobacco consumers with a unique spitting solution. Hence, the spill-resistant, Mud Jug Portable Spittoon was born. Mud Jugs are proudly made in America.
For more information visit Mudjug.com

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