Leed’s Goes Aluminum
Pittsburgh-based Leed’s, a member of Polyconcept North America, announced it is launching its initial offering for a 2009 line of aluminum drinkware. On November 17, three aluminum bottles, each with a different cap style, will debut on Leed’s Web site and be available to order. The bottles will come in four colors and more styles will be introduced in 2009. A cost-effective and lightweight alternative to stainless steel drinkware, aluminum bottles have rapidly become a popular retail trend.
“Aluminum bottles are appealing to consumers for a variety of reasons,” explained Dan Roos, category manager for drinkware at Leed’s. “Aluminum keeps your beverage cool longer than plastic, it’s 100 percent recyclable, and its durability rivals stainless steel, while costing and weighing less. We expect our aluminum bottles to be a hit,” concluded Roos.
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