It’s great – you’re all about taking care of your body. That means eating a proper diet and, of course, drinking plenty of water. So, how many bottles of water do you drink every day? Do you drink so many that trips to the grocery store include a case of water bottles, shrink wrapped in plastic, with each trip? A case is generally 24 bottles. That’s more than three bottles a day.
Either the landfills love you or you keep the recycling centers busy. There is an earth-friendly alternative – buy yourself a nice reusable water bottle. If you drink three bottles of water each day, which is most likely less than a doctor would recommend, that’s 1,095 disposable plastic bottles they don’t need to manufacture.
If you’re in business, you can put your logo on that bottle, possibly along with a nice message and some contact information. Then, every time you take a drink out in public, someone may see your logo and message.
In fact, maybe you’ll want to give some of those reusable bottles away as gifts and/or promotional products. A plain bottle as a gift is a great idea for holidays, birthdays or just to tell someone you care. If you want, you can put those feelings in words, and maybe a picture, on a reusable bottle.
If you’re in business, a reusable water bottle is an excellent way to spread your company’s message. Each time you give a reusable water bottle to a prospect or client, it’s darn likely they’ll use that bottle again and again for … well, who knows how long. And, just as others might see your company logo when you’re taking a drink from your water bottle, others are liable to see your message when your prospect or client takes a drink in public.
The quality of reusable water bottles varies greatly. There are inexpensive plastic water bottles. There are also nice and insulated metal water bottles. With the latter, the recipients are liable to cherish them for years to come. If your message is properly applied, it can last as long as the water bottle.
Even some of the less-expensive water bottles are very nice and appreciated as thoughtful gifts. These are gifts that remind the recipient each time they take another drink. That’s easily a dozen sips or more from the water bottle maybe 1,095 times each year.
Now, if your use of a reusable water bottle cuts 1,095 plastic bottles out of production each year, think what giving water bottles away will do. Suppose you give away a dozen reusable water bottles. That’s 13,140 disposable, plastic water bottles potentially cut from the production line. If you give them away as promotional items, and really want to get your message out there, you can give away 100 or more. With 100, you’re cutting 109,500 disposable plastic water bottles out of the production line. And just think how many people will see your message.