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The time has come again... The Innkeeping Conference & Trade Show is just around the corner and we are cranking out the Official Paii Mug for the 19th consecutive year! This educational and networking event focuses specifically on the innkeeper. This conference will bring together the key leaders and experts to share their wisdom on the issues that impact you the most to make you stand ahead of the competition. This premier event for innkeepers is held in South Carolina Jaunary 10-13th and is hosted by the Professional Association of Innkeepers International, in cooperation with Select Registry. We are proud, honored, and psyched to unveil the initial mock up for the 2011 mug... This year we are going back to a traditional style that has been in production since 1986 - The Flare Mug, in Hunter Green. The handle of this style is the 'C' Handle, which we designed for more hand clearance... Just one of the little things that we do to make our mugs the best! There is still time to register! For more information visit:

I was forwarded this wonderful piece by a friend who is familiar with the fact that we make mugs for Bed & Breakfasts. The friend thought that the article would be a good resource for finding a few new clients. The rational is straight forward - American's Coziest B&B's should have American's best handcrafted mugs. I am pleased to report that 5 of the properties listed are customers and have our mugs right now, they are: Inn at Round Barn Farm, El Farolito B&B Inn, The Goldmoor Inn, The Hartstone Inn, and The Empress of Little Rock! Here is the article in it's entirety as published on, written by the Editors of Add a roaring fireplace, warm cookies, and friendly innkeepers to your travels this fall and you'll likely find yourself at a nice little bed and breakfast. Autumn discounts abound at, while offers no shortage of inspiration. While there are countless options for travelers seeking an intimate stay this fall, here are the 10 B&Bs we think are the coziest from coast to coast. Carter House Inns in Eureka, Calif. Photo: Jumping Rocks, Inc. More from

12/30/10 The final testimonial of 2010! Absolutely you may post my comments. I feel it is so important for each of us to do our part in supporting locally owned and operated companies for our survival as a country. My husband and I learned about your company upon...