'Unique' bottle dosing and dispensing cap boosts brand visibility: Tap the Cap

By Ben Bouckley

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Tap The Cap is a universal dosing and dispensing cap pre-filled with powder that offers firms a branding platform, since consumers can use it to 'enhance' their favorite bottled water in numerous ways, the system's founder and co-inventor, Chris Simonian, tells Ben Bouckley in Vegas.

Speaking to BeverageDaily.com at InterBev 2012, Simonian said: "The main benefit to the branded company is that the cap stays on the bottle. So what does that mean? Well, if you were to market your product in a stick pack, once the consumer has torn the stick pack...they toss it away. There goes your brand.

"But the cap stays on the bottle, so wherever the consumer goes your brand goes with them. And there's obviously no better branding than watching consumers use your product,"​ he added.

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Hey guys, love the caps, wondering if you guys sell custom caps without powder or how does one go about getting a cap with my own powder in it. For resale in bulk? Not so much resale but for promo/trade show purposes? But ALOT of them, maybe not a lot to you but a few thousand or so Is my estimate for now . Let me know, thanks


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