Welcome to Grip-Tite Cup Holders
The premier name in retrofit cup holders since 2004.
Our products are made with the highest quality plastics.
The material offers exceptional durability for our customers' indoor and outdoor needs.
With retrofit cup holders from Grip-Tite Cup Holders, you can save thousands on cup holder installation costs.
Our products don't require hardware, install in seconds and our exterior cup holders are designed and manufactured to protect from the harsh environment of outdoor weathering, especially the deterioration caused by UV radiation.
Retro fit cup holders lowers maintenance expenses and greatly reduces spills resulting in carpet stains and increased cleaning costs.
Our Cup Holders are available in any color and our cup holders can be made to fit most major brands of seating.
Our retrofit cup holders are perfect for Airports, Ballparks, Arenas, Amphitheaters, Movie Theaters or any public seating area and all our products are proudly...
WHERE CAN YOU SEE OUR CUPHOLDERS?
Visit Any of the Following Locations:
Colleges: Azusa Pacific, Florida State, Gonzaga University, UC Irvine, U.C.L.A., University of the Pacific, University of Pittsburgh, Wichita State University
Ball Clubs: Daytona Beach, Pittsburgh Pirates, Springfield Cardinals, Tampa Bay Rays, Lynchburg Hillcats
Airport/Airlines: Austin International, Delta Airlines, Kansas City International, Los Angeles International, Ronald Reagan, San Diego International, United Airlines
What Our Customers Say...
"The cup holders are working out great. We still have some passengers that still balance their beverage on their lap or place it on the floor. We have noticed a big improvement in the appearance of the carpet. I currently have a carpet replacement program getting ready to start and will install the few remaining cup holders where the new carpet is being installed"
- John Garbacik, Delta Airlines
Don't Forget The Cup Holders
"[Steinbrenner Field]... is an impressive declaration of brand position and value... But no cup-holders. This fact is evident as soon as we sit that first time, and realize there’s no place to put our beers. Then a friend has his drink kicked over when somebody has to pass him to get to his own seat. Since the rows are impossibly long, we’re up and down a number of times. More drinks are spilled..."
- Jonathan Salem Baskin - Forbes.com