Three Ways To Tell A Quality Foam Cooler From A Cheap One

Prevent Foam Cooler Disasters By Knowing How To Tell Quality From Junk – The Beach Will Thank You For many years, innumerable American Citizens have braved backed up traffic, high gas prices, and screaming kids yelling, “Are we THERE yet”, all to realize the ultimate dream of sitting in the sun, soaking up rays, and forgetting their troubles.  These bold pioneers annually set forth to the beach during the Summer and survive endless war for a good parking spot only to suffer the piled-on indignity of helplessly watching tasty snacks, sodas, and beer packed in cheap form coolers go crashing to the ground as said flimsy containers lose what little …

Five Strong Reasons To Reject Cheap Foam Coolers

As a manufacturer located just minutes away from the pristine, sugar-white sand and crystal clear emerald-green waters of the beaches of Fort Walton Beach and Destin, Florida, the LoBoy team is serious about foam cooler quality because nothing disappoints like seeing badly made foam coolers broken and discarded on our shores. Cheap, flimsy, breakable foam coolers perpetuate perceptions of cheapness, poor quality, low customer satisfaction, increased littering, and failure to recycle whereas high-quality foam coolers earn customer respect, last for years, and reduce garbage on the beach because people keep them for years of reuse rather than cast them aside. This latest article release by the LoBoy Team highlights five …

Keeping Our Beaches Cleaner – Three Ways To Recycler Of Foam Coolers

New Article Posted On Three Methods For Getting Your Foam Cooler Recycled The LoBoy Foam Coolers Team has released its latest article on the subject of recycling foam coolers.  Enjoy the article entitled “Three Ways To Recycle Foam Coolers And Keep Our Beaches Cleaner”

LoBoy Now Registered Recycler Of Foam Coolers

The Emerald Coast Of Florida Has An Official Drop-Off Recycling Point For EPS Foam Coolers In an effort to help reduce foam cooler trash in the environment, the makers of LoBoy Foam Coolers have been officially registered with the Earth911 website as a drop off point for expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam cooler recycling.  As a foam cooler recycling supporter, LoBoy maintains a 100% recycling program with its own EPS foam waste material as well as supports the local U.S. Air Force by helping them recycle EPS foam packaging materials.  For more information, go to the LoBoy Foam Coolers Recycling Information Page where the foam cooler recycling page is located.  LoBoy …