Keeping Warm at the Office: Custom Snuggles Anyone?

What do you do when it’s cold at home?

I throw on my toasty sweats, grab a cozy blanket and curl up in my favorite overstuffed chair. The snuggly warmth and cozy feel of wrapping up in my cold-weather favorites is one of my greatest pleasures.

So what if you could bring this feeling of warmth and happiness with you in your daily life?

Being that I am almost always cold, I like to keep a blanket and an extra sweater around at all times. I would probably even have a small space heater running through the cold winter months, but those are typically frowned upon in corporate environments.

The only problem with using a blanket to stay warm at the office is that you can really only use it to cover your legs, as covering your arms will impede on your work. Without the use of your arms how can you type, answer phones or complete any other task that, well, uses your hands?

While there is only so much you can truly do to make you cubicle or office feel more like home, with the release of the custom Snuggle blanket for businesses, you can get that cozy warm feeling without sacrificing any work performance or productivity.

This is a great opportunity for businesses to increase their internal branding efforts. Give your employees a custom Snuggle blanket for the holidays. You’ll keep them comfy and content at the office during the day, while bringing in a little of the casual comforts of home.

And do I even have to mention the fun you can have with your team all wrapped up in your corporation’s custom Snuggles!

Kim
Marketing Coordinator
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