SJT Manly Men Coasters

SJT Enterprises Introduces Manly Men Coasters

Over the last 33 years, SJT Enterprises has created a name for themselves with their distinctive line of wood plaques and chalk art. Last year, they decided to take a leap of faith and add a new product category. Luckily, their loyal consumer base made their stone coaster category a hit. On the heels of that success, they have expanded their line with new Manly Men stone coasters. 

Get Your Man Cave Ready 

These coasters are a must-have for any man cave, bar, rec room, or office. Men tend to be left out of the home decor arena and that is when SJT president Tim Smith made the decision to expand the stone coaster product line. He stated, 

“We hear at trade shows there’s a need for “men’s gifts” so we came out with the first line of absorbent stone coasters with male names. Since SJT added stone coasters to our product selection last June, we have quickly become one of the leading coaster manufacturers in the country”, continued Smith. “This line is sure to be a great seller with a great margin for the retailer!”


Coasters Specifications 

Absorbent stone coasters measure 4” x 4” size

1-pack comes with one coaster and an easel – it’s a coaster or a decorative plaque!

Display contains 108 different names

Printed and packaged in USA

Wholesale price: $2 ea; SRP $4.99

Display contains 108 names, 3 each = 324 pcs. At $2 each = $648

All of the various designs can be viewed at . On the left side, click on coasters. SJT is excited to get their product in your home and for you to enjoy your own personal addition to your space. 

SJT Manly Men Coasters
SJT Manly Men Coasters


See SJT at an upcoming show! 

Make plans now to attend!

Super Zoo Pet Show

Las Vegas – Mandalay Bay

June 26 to 28

Booth 4665


ASD Show

Las Vegas

July 29 to August 1

Booth N913


Surf Expo


September 6 to 8

Booth TBD

Author:  Christine Duff

Christine wants to live in a world filled with cutting edge fashion, beautiful words and and an endless supply of leather jackets and boots. A product development grad of FIDM, she was the Editor-in-Chief of MODE Magazine where she reignited her love of storytelling. She has diverse experience within the industry with trend research, art direction and styling editorial spreads. She gained her most notable experience working in Los Angeles at the satellite operation for GQ and Vogue Thailand. Christine is passionate about social science and the role it plays in the consumer goods industry and apparel in particular.

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