Get Lit by the Masses with Plastic Shot Glasses
There’s this bar called Gaswerks by my house here in downtown Columbus that has $1 Jager bombs on their menu all the time. Now, they aren’t your typical, full sized can of Red Bull style bombs, but they aren’t $5 either. Now, personally, I don’t really even like the bar all that much, but I’m fascinated that they’re able to get away with such a cheap sale.
I think I’ve figured it out though; first of all, they only pour half a shot of Jager and half a shot of Red Bull, so it takes a while to bleed their inventory. Secondly, you get nuts like me in the place who will order 40 of them at a time (10 for me and 30 for the pretty strangers around me) who haven’t seen the menu, and don’t know that I didn’t just spend $5 on them (or that my Rolex is fake). And lastly, the biggest kicker is that they use plastic shot glasses, which allow them to serve up poison pounders all night without having to wash them all. If you ask me (yeh, I know you didn’t), it’s smart play.
Whether you’re a yuppie bar owner, a college party animal, or a suburbanite living for the weekends, you can save a ton of trouble and money by buying wholesale plastic shot glasses. Get a dozen for less than $3, 50 for less than $5…heck, throw down $220, and you can wobble away with 2500. If you’re ripping through them in a hurry (I’d love to take a crack at you liquor cabinet if you’re burning through 2500 on regular basis), and don’t want to have to worry about hiring an extra bar hand to wash them all or drunk folks dropping and stealing them, pick up a few thousand, cut your losses, and make up for it in your margins.
Now, I realize that not everyone in looking to throw back some shooters is interested in wholesale. Lucky for you booze hounds, you don’t have to own a fork lift to have a good time. You can buy ultra durable, and dishwasher safe shooters in virtually every possible color, size, opacity, or shape know to the human imagination. If a plain old clear glass isn’t hot enough for ya, pick up some neon shooters to show everyone how sweet you look slamming Captain Mo’s under your black light. If the traditional 1 oz glass isn’t big enough, go for 2…screw it – go for the 4 ounce tall plastic shot glasses. There’s some for every party and party animal the like. I’ve even seen shot glasses attached to plastic wedding rings – perfect for celebrating a new marriage or getting over a rough divorce.
With plastic shot glasses, you save money, save clean up time, and can have yourself a whole lot of time not only using them, but picking them out for any adult situation or celebration under the sun.