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Family Trade Personalized Beer Tap Handle

Family Trade Personalized Beer Tap Handle

Family Trade Personalized Beer Tap Handle For some men, work is life. Our exclusive personalized beer tap handle helps honor the family business while your family and friends together inside your home. Handmade from maple hardwood, and sold individually with your choice of professional symbol, our custom tap handles fit all standard sized beer faucets, kegerators, and beer towers. Crafted one by one with expert craftsmanship, these substantial 8″ tall tap handles are then laser etched with your custom name, phrase, and choice of career-themed design. A true pleasure to behold, each custom beer handle has unique character, making it a one-of-a-kind gift that is sure to become a family keepsake. Our beer tap handles measure approximately 8″h x 2″w x 1.2″d. Price includes one tap handle and all personalization. Corporate personalization available, ask customer service about adding your logo or brewery name to our handcrafted pieces on orders of 24 or more.Handcrafted from solid hardwood mapleYour choice of text and individual professional symbolMeasures 8″h x 2″w x 1.2″dFits all standard draft beer faucets, beer towers, and kegerators (3/8″ thread)

Many decades have passed since Psychology studied social behaviors about the ‘acts’ of giving and exchanging gifts. Among them are the ’empathy’, put yourself in the skin of the other and feel what you are experiencing at that time. And the altruism. The act of performing the delivery in a disinterested way without more expectations than simply seeing how a certain emotion reacts and ‘lives’, the other person. This act, ‘allows to maintain and strengthen social ties and, in some way, preserves certain cultural rites’. “The act of making a gift is a social and communicative exchange inherent in all human societies, which allows a message to be transmitted to the other person without the need for words” Describe the two psychologists Carol Mayet and Karen Pine, of the University of Hertfordshire ( UK).

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