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3 ways companies can celebrate Earth Day every day

Earth Day allows people from around the globe to celebrate environmental initiatives.

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Customized drinkware can reach many customers

Whether people are carrying water along for a trip to the gym or leaving their favorite mug at their desk throughout the work day, they are constantly using – and perhaps without their knowledge – promoting drinkware items.

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Caffeine may improve long-term memory, study finds

According to findings from the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins, caffeine may have a positive effect on long-term memory in humans.

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Seasonal in-store cocoa events boost sales and spirits

As the wintertime temperatures continue to drop, some consumers may find that the only thing they want to do is hunker down on their couch or snuggle in front of a fire.

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Get personal with employee holiday presents

It can be a challenge for businesses to spread Christmas cheer as year-end deadlines loom just around the corner.

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Custom coffee mugs can help consumers wake up

It’s difficult to start the day without a cup of coffee and some people are willing to go to extreme ends in order to enjoy their favorite beverage.

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Students trying to ban plastic bottles

Both college and middle school students are doing their part to get plastic water bottles banned.

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Help customers avoid dehydration

Dehydration is a constant danger for people during the summer.

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School bans plastic water bottles

With increasing frequency, organizations are trying to fight pollution by banning the sale of single-use water bottles.

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Coffee prices plummet, but savings might not reach consumers

While consumers have been trying to find ways to cope with the increasing prices of many goods, at least one commodity has become less expensive.

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