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Yia Mas’ New Bucket-Style Hat and Cafe for a Cause Cups Now Available

NEW YORK – Yia Mas announced its new bucket-style hat, embroidered with the brand’s name, is now available for sale online. “The perfect spring-summer bucket of cheer has arrived,” Yia Mas noted via email. “Our newest hat design introduces you with an embroidered ‘Yia Mas,’ to our health.”

Click here to order: https://bit.ly/3KRii0L.

Note that hats are embroidered to order and may take around one-two weeks to arrive.

The hat also pairs perfectly with summer days at the beach and Yia Mas’ reusable Cafe for a Cause cups.

Yia Mas, along with Tony Kariotis of Greece Media, announced their Cafe for a Cause initiative which combines educational posts and a fun, reusable cup available on the Yia Mas site.

Yia Mas, along with Tony Kariotis of Greece Media, announced their Cafe for a Cause initiative which combines educational posts and a fun, reusable cup available on the Yia Mas site. (Photo: Yia Mas)

All proceeds from cup sales support Aegean Rebreath and make it easy and fun to switch to a reusable cup from a single-use cup for coffee time.

The Cafe for a Cause cup is made of glass and includes a grippy center and top. It holds 12 ounces of liquid and is currently available for shipping in the U.S. and Canada. Contact Yia Mas directly for global shipping options.

More information is available online: https://bit.ly/3wa8GsL.

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