Corporate Gifts Supplier Keeps It Cool with Products Perfect for Winter Months

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As the chilly winter months set in, leading promotional products supplier, Stubby Holders Australia, introduces popular year-round items that are especially relevant for Southern Hemisphere-weather trade fairs, sport days, private functions, and corporate events.

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Stubby holders can be customised to display a company's logo, slogan, photo or special message. Thanks to their popularity and durability, these promo items will ensure that a company's name appears in a variety of networking occasions for years to come.

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Stubby Holders Australia, a company specialising in supplying personalised insulated drink containers for corporate, sporting, and private events, introduces stubby holders as an ideal promotional item for companies and individuals searching for functional corporate gifts for their winter events.

Also called stubbie holders, stubby coolers, can coolers, beer coolers, wine coolers, or even koozies, stubby holders are multi-purpose beverage containers that effectively promote a business, club, conference, or event. Standard holders come with or without a base, while other options sport stitched or taped seams and even a deluxe overlocked model.

Traditionally used to keep beer and other canned beverages cool in either indoor or outdoor events in the hotter months, these promotional items also add a special touch to cold-weather events. For instance, the Australian winter season finds hundreds of tourists travelling to the mountains to enjoy the snow and the chilly weather.

With ski resorts fully booked with tourists from all over the country and overseas,custom stubby holders prove to be a favourite among visitors wanting to keep their already cold hands warm as they hold their drink; guests staying in heated indoor venues, on the other hand, find the holders useful for keeping their drinks from getting warm.

Fans of winter sporting events such as Australian Rules football and rugby will also have no problems with freezing hands as they keep stubby holders handy throughout the duration of their favourite games.

More importantly, winter is the peak tourism season in the Northern states, and large companies and organisations continue to host conferences and other business functions throughout these months. Besides being functional as a beverage container, stubby holders also prove to be effective and cost efficient corporate gifts. These items can be customised to display a company's logo, slogan, photograph or special message. Thanks to their popularity and durability, these promo items will ensure that a company's name appears in a variety of networking occasions for years to come.

"They are one of the most cost efficient corporate gifts you can get today because they are so widely used in the hot Australian climate," explains a Stubby Holders Australia representative. "You will find them everywhere from conferences to weddings and the beauty of them is that, unlike other promotional items, people never throw them away."

Stubby Holders Australia is proud to have extensive knowledge and over ten years of experience in the promotional products industry. By providing top quality merchandise with excellent prices and a longer advertising life, along with professional service and prompt turnaround times, the company assures clients of the best results for their marketing dollars.

"We acknowledge that every client has different needs, budgets and time lines. To that end we offer both fully Australian-made products plus offshore options that give substantial savings on some styles," the representative adds.

Stubby Holders Australia also offers a full range of other unique neoprene promotional products that give clients an edge over the competition. For business promotion ideas for future events, interested parties can visit the company's website at http://www.stubbyholdersaustralia.com.au.

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