Review: Personalized Army mug from MyServicePride

MyServicePride sent me a personalized coffee mug to review.

 Personalized military mug from MyServicePride. Find out more on My Life: A Work in Progress
My iPhone camera and bad lighting don’t do this mug justice. The ribbon colors are actually very bright.
About: specializes in personalized symbols of service for military members, retirees, and their families. Products include decals, plaques, t-shirts, water bottles, license plate covers, mugs, phone covers, and iPad covers. MyServicePride was founded by Sgt. Matt Massie, USMC, 1996 to 2006. Read more about his story HERE.

My Experiences:

My mug looks awesome! I chose the 15 oz. mug with a black interior and used the website software to design my ribbon rack based on the Army awards I’ve received. It’s dishwasher safe, and I’ve been using it almost daily for a couple of weeks now. It’s a good size for a coffee addict like me.

What I really like about MyServicePride is how they are constantly adapting and adding to their site. They are very willing to work with people to create custom designs. The staff at MyServicePride has also been collecting information to add National Guard awards. They’re looking for photos and help with documentation, so if you’re a member of the National Guard, visit HERE to see how you can help. It’s a massive project!

Since I ordered my mug, they’ve added some new designs. Rank insignia mugs are now available, and they look really sharp. I’m going to get Hubby the Navy one. You can customize each of the rank insignia mugs by service branch and rank, and include optional text. The Navy rank insignia mugs let you take customization even further, by adding the Sailor’s rate insignia.

Check out to see what they have to offer. You can even read personal stories from veterans and share your own. 

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  1. These are really neat! I like that you can personalize them. All I see are products that have specific information on them, so it’s nice to see something different!

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