Tervis to Show at Casual Furniture Market

Tervis Fiesta MediterraneanTervis Fiesta Mediterranean

NORTH VENICE, Fla.-For the first time, Tervis will be an exhibitor at the upcoming International Casual Furniture & Accessories Market in Chicago.

Among the new products the company will introduce at the show will be Fiesta Mediterranean, a five-design collection of "Mediterranean" tumblers that is an expansion on Tervis' license agreement with Fiesta Dinnerware. Also to be presented at the market will be Slider Lids, a recently launched line of lids for children, which fit 10-ounce tumblers and come in four color combinations. Jewel Tones, another collection that will be featured at the show, encompasses eight jewel-colored tumblers in amethyst, clear, emerald, ruby, sapphire, tangerine, topaz and quartz.

The International Casual Furniture & Accessories Market will take place from Sept. 12-15 at Chicago's Merchandise Mart.

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