Talk:Coffee cup sleeve

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Jay Sorensen, although an amazing self-promoter, in coffee sleeve land wasn't the only coffee sleeve inventor. There was coffee clutch who you see on Starbucks and Seattles Best. And another sleeve by Jim Dickert.

Then there are the smaller players such as Cool Cuff. Get it right next time.

The article's references include a link to Sorensen's filed patent. Try again. FiveRings (talk) 20:45, 20 September 2008 (UTC)

The Comfort Grip Wrap is another sleeve invented and patented by a Vending industry legend, Ted Alpert. The Comfort Grip Wrap outperforms numerous paper sleeves, as it actually stays on the cup! It is also transparent, which allows a custom print logo to show through. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Doublewrap (talkcontribs) 16:45, 21 July 2009 (UTC)