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How Randall Thompson Founded Thompson Mug Company & Made the Bat Mug!

November 05, 2018

How Randall Thompson Founded Thompson Mug Company & Made the Bat Mug!

The Thompson Mug Company was born from the game of baseball by an ex-player, and our idea from a dugout quickly transformed into a million dollar idea! Randall Thompson created the Dugout Mug™ (the world’s first baseball bat drinking mug) back in 2014 to give fans and players a chance to enjoy the game like never before. He accomplished that mission!

Today, over FIFTY THOUSAND Dugout Mugs are in the hands of baseball fans across North America, and our other products are quickly becoming just as popular. The WINED-UP™ bat barrel wine mug, the SEASON OPENER™ bat handle bottle opener, the KNOB SHOT™ bat handle shot glass, and THE CUTTER baseball bottle opener, are available on our website.

Recently licensed with Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association, the Thompson Mug Company now has access to all major league players and team logos to put on Dugout Mugs.

Join us as we SWIG for the FENCES, and welcome to our Dugout!






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