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Retail Resource Group Introduces Mossy Oak “On the Hunt” Collection

RRG offers a line of premium travel drinkware, food storage containers and hydration bottles


LAKE MARY, FL –Retail Resource Group (RRG), well known for innovative product designs and superior quality, produces travel drinkware for both hot and cold beverages that are sold into mass retailers, supermarkets, sporting goods chains, and coffee and specialty shops nationwide. RRG offers premium quality stainless steel travel tumblers and mugs, but also acrylic tumblers, hydration bottles, and thermal vacuum bottles and food storage containers. 

RRG insulation technology includes products with vacuum insulation for maximum performance of hot and cold beverage temperature retention, as well as double wall steel with foam insulation added between the walls, and traditional double wall air insulation for various acrylic tumblers.

RRG offers Mossy Oak patterns on a wide assortment of insulated products in a product collection named “On the Hunt.” Vacuum insulated travel tumblers, thermos bottles, and double wall insulated acrylic insulated tumblers are just a few of the key “On the Hunt” items available. RRG will build a custom program based on the retailer’s request and/or for a specific gaming season. Some of RRG’s “On the Hunt” collection products can currently be purchased at Cabela’s, Wal-Mart, and also on the RRG store website at  

All RRG Mossy Oak products are guaranteed to be 100-percent BPA Free, Prop 65 and FDA compliant for consumer safety and satisfaction. 

RRG offers complete EDI capabilities, a dedicated consumer customer service support center, and has two separate USA distribution warehouses, logistically located on the East and West coast to provide retail customers with outstanding service and on-time delivery.

For more information please contact Retail Resource Group sales department, or to browse the catalog you can visit

Retail Resource Group LLC produces officially licensed products of Haas Outdoors Inc.

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