Summer is here, scrunchies are back in fashion, and your drink is sweating. Quick! What do you do? We recommend going the functional fashion route and bundling a new koozie with a matching scrunchie, or ordering a scrunchie to go with an Uncommon Covers koozie you already own! Whether the scrunchie trend is new to you or you are thrilled to see its third regeneration, donning an Uncommon Covers scrunchie while sipping an Uncommon Covers sheathed beverage takes awesomeness to the next level.
Aside from being a fabulously fun way to accessorize your hair, scrunchies can be used for a myriad of things! Wear one on each ankle and change the look of a pair of heels. Decorate your pet. Send to a loved one and think about them each time the coordinating koozie is used. Adorn a doorknob as festive décor. Claim a drink in the frig. Snap against your wrist to break a bad habit. Wear around your ears as an alternative to earrings. Hang on the rear view mirror to identify your car in a sea of similar-looking SUVs. Use as a napkin ring. Censor your Bad Words koozie when mixed company is around. Match with a friend then use as a reference point when exercising your constitutional right to free speech and freedom of assembly. The possibilities are endless!
Jazzed to engage with the scrunchie crowd? Order yours today via three different ways! One: under a specific koozie, select on the drop down list. Two: choose as a product category. Three: contact Jenny to have a special customized scrunchie made. It’s that easy! Concerned about summer fun and sun making your scrunchie crusty? Throw it in the washing machine! Just like the majority of Uncommon Cover koozies, these scrunchies are machine washable. Happening, versatile, and coordinated! Who’s got it together? You do! Now, the let world know without saying a word. Viva la scrunchie!
Father’s Day is right around the corner (June 21, 2020)! Did you know this celebratory holiday has been a calendar staple in Europe since the Middle Ages and is now honored all around the world? In fact, the very first Father’s Day in the United States was celebrated on June 19, 1910, in Spokane, Washington. Father’s Day is also a time to honor father figures, mentors, and fathers worth admiring.
Shopping for Dad gifts is not always an easy task, especially in a time of social distancing. Getting something the recipient will both love and use is often a challenge. Break away from the usual drab selections and take advantage of the Uncommon Covers Father’s Day Gift Bundle! This customizable bundle features two crowd favorites: Day Drinker and Bad Words koozies, available in the sleeve, regular, skinny, and tall boy sizes. Order two sizes, three sizes, or four sizes – the combinations and recipient list options are endless! Versatility for practically all types of cups, cans, bottles, and more; Day Drinker comes in original neon yellow neoprene and Bad Words is offered in gray neoprene.
For all your selfless shopping and supporting of a small, Texas business, the Uncommon Covers Father’s Day Gift Bundle comes with a multi-product discount, and shipping is free on orders over $75. Go ahead and get the bundle now that you are thinking about it; for guaranteed delivery by Father’s Day, orders must be submitted online by June 12. There are endless ways to use these koozies! They are perfectly at home on a boat, at the golf course, in the garage, and in a cup holder, summer, spring, winter, and fall! Give your Dad, Husband, Brother, Friend, or someone who has been like a father a handy gift they will happily use all year long.
The month of March is the calendar home to both Texas Independence Day (March 2) and International Women’s Day (March 8). Small businesses are the epitome of independence, and women all over the world are working towards their own kind of inspiration. As Uncommon Covers is both a small business in Texas, and owned by a woman, we would like to celebrate March by highlighting some information close to Uncommon Covers!
Interesting statistics about Texas small businesses:
As of September 2019, Texas has 2.7 million small businesses, which employ 4.7 million people.
Out of $100 spent, typically $68 stays in the community of the small business. On the obverse, out of $100 spent at a non-small business, only $43 usually stays in the community.
California, Texas, and Florida are the states with most veteran-owned businesses.
Roughly 52% of small business owners donate to charity; 90% of those donations are to local causes.
Uncommon Covers is proud to support the local community and other small businesses! Personal involvement near and dear includes the Humane Society of the New Braunfels Area. Consider using UC to celebrate the women in your life and the spirit of independence in Texas! And remember, it is almost river time!