The popular insulated cup manufacturer Tervis recently promoted Hosana Fieber.
Venice Mayor John Holic proclaims May 19 “Tervis Day."
Festivities include tent sale, scavenger hunt and the opportunity to build your own tumbler.
Kansas' National Drying Technologies, LLC, recently purchased a 3.5-acre parcel from the North Venice company.
Just in time for the holidays, Tervis introduces the first design in its new line of Augmented Reality tumblers.
Located at the heritage Tervis Factory Store in Osprey, "The Lab" lets customers design and build their own Tervis Tumblers.
Rogan Donelly, president of the North Venice manufacturer Tervis, participated in the White House's Made in America Product Showcase on Monday.
Like Tervis' plastic tumblers, the new cups will come with a limited lifetime warranty and are both shatter- and spill-proof.
The Osprey company on Thursday announced the launch of a new product: sippy cups that can be personalized with photos, background and text.
It’s all in the family for Tervis’ new president.
Cup, Cup and Away
The nearly indestructible cup is the ideal sipping device.
Rogan Donelly recently joined Mote Marine Laboratory's Board of Trustees.
Tervis enthusiasts will now be able to replace their drinkware products in the company's stores and walk out with replacements the same day.