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Are you looking for ways to leave a lasting impression on your customers? Do you want all of your customers to leave feeling like they were treated as VIP’s?
We offer a simple, low cost way to accomplish these goals: FRESH TOWELS!
Fresh Towels are individually wrapped, pre-moistened refreshing towels with a plush, cloth-like feel and a light, fresh scent. Microwave them for five seconds to serve hot or refrigerate them to serve chilled. Your customers will leave feeling refreshed and they’ll remember it!
Fresh Towels are made in the USA!
We offer two standard Fresh Towel designs, or we can make Fresh Towels with your logo CUSTOM PRINTED on the outer package.
To see how your logo will look on our various Fresh Towel sizes, go to www.FreshHotTowel.com. Click on the “Custom” tab and you will be able to upload any logo you want to an image of our Fresh Towels. You will be able to adjust the size of the logo as needed.
If you are interested in using Fresh Towels, please note that while we have an existing distribution network, we are also happy to work with YOUR PREFERRED DISTRIBUTOR!
We are happy to provide as many samples as necessary for you to evaluate the product. Call us at 215-226-1199 and we will send samples to you right away.
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