Newport Beach, Calif. (PRWEB) January 01, 2013
Balls of Steel, launched by OriginalBOS as the company's flagship product, are premium drink coolers for whiskey, wine or spirits. Balls of Steel (BOS) are forged from the highest quality stainless steel (316 medical grade) and act as a temperature conduit in replacement for ice in small volume beverages. Balls of Steel by OriginalBos (http://www.OriginalBos.com) work more efficiently and faster than ice while preserving the low notes whiskey veterans strive to uphold and protect. Balls of Steel are available for immediate purchase via http://www.originalbos.com.
While cooling your whiskey, wine or spirits, Balls of Steel serve a bigger purpose. From each unit sold, the company selling Balls of Steel, OriginalBos (http://www.OriginalBos.com), donates a high percentage of profits to MD Anderson Cancer Center thus dubbing Balls of Steel as "Drink Coolers With a Cause". The company also uses an additional amount to fund community building for those effected directly by testicular cancer, their family and friends.
By using the highest grade of stainless steel and a special design, Balls of Steel do not alter the taste or flavor of the drink during cooling. OriginalBos's product is currently acknowledged as the leader in innovation of drink accessories and hold the award of most innovative product of 2013 by The Entrepreneur Association.
The founders and social entrepreneurs behind OriginalBos (Grant Vollmer and Matt Geddie) stated "Balls of Steel is a very innovative product, re-inventing traditional business models and placing people above profits. We have become an inspiration to thousands of other business owners and entrepreneurs alike. We are proud to offer a great product for a great cause."
Balls of Steel achieved mass consumer notoriety when published in Maxim, AskMen, and Young Upstarts after OriginalBOS launched its first campaign, notably named "The Balls Have Dropped".
For more info and press related matters contact OriginalBOS at support(at)originalbos(dot)com.