Our Church Drinkware is customized for your specific ministry, event or need. Customized with your church logo, drinkware is a great gift for your guests and also make for great giveaways and church swag at events too. We have a wide variety of styles, colors and sizes to choose from and they can be used as an incentive for your visitors to fill out the connect card in their welcome packet. You will get the information you need to follow up after their visit and they will get a great gift that will keep your church name in front of them! Your existing members will love carrying their custom mugs and drinkware and using it to spark conversations with their friends and co-workers. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, call us at 866-654-6127. We have more options and ideas for customizing mugs that we would love to talk to you about.
- A variety of materials, including ceramic, glass, plastic and stainless steel
- Various styles, colors, and imprint areas to fit every need
- A great guest gift and incentive to fill out a Connect Card
- A great way for members to show pride in their church!
- Customizable with your church logo!
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