Keurig Unites with Ignite to Launch Travel Mug

READING, Mass.-The Keurig unit of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has formed an alliance with Ignite USA for the debut of the Keurig Stainless Steel Travel Mug.

The new mug is designed with Ignite's patented Contigo Autoseal technology. This makes the mug both leak- and spill-proof, allows for convenient one-hand operation, keeps the mug vacuum-insulated to keep beverages hot for four hours and cold for 12 hours, includes double-wall stainless steel construction and fits under all Keurig Reservoir brewers.

Dwight Brown, vice president of At Home Marketing for Keurig, said the mug "further solidifies our commitment to innovation through delivering state-of-the-art products--be it brewers, beverages for accessories."

The Keurig Stainless Steel Travel Mug is scheduled to be available at the beginning of September at retailers and on Keurig's main e-commerce website, keurig.com. The suggested retail price will be $24.99.

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