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WIN Product Spotlight: Coolers

Nonprofit organizations know the importance of hosting events that leave a lasting impact, especially throughout the sweltering summer. There’s nothing quite like keeping our employees and clientele cool and engaged by providing cold, refreshing beverages, which makes finding the perfect cooler for outdoor gatherings a game-changer. WIN presents to you: the Arcticor Cooler.

Arcticor Cooler

What sets the Arcticor Cooler apart from other coolers? Its built-in cup holders. Creator Jay Perry came up with the idea for this product after spending a day at the beach with his three young children. In the scorching heat, the kids built sandcastles and played in the water, occasionally heading to a traditional cooler for a drink. Out of the cooler, the cans would get warm, and half the drink would go to waste.

Enter the Arcticor Cooler, the first cooler with built-in cup holders. The cup holders are set into the sides of the cooler, and the icy slush surrounds them, keeping the drinks ice-cold. As a bonus, each cooler comes with 4 lids to seal off the cup holder openings when they’re not in use and a drop-in tray ideal for holding sandwiches and snacks.

WIN’s Nonprofit Members

As members of WIN Warehouse, nonprofit organizations pay up to 90% off the retail price, allowing them to make an even greater impact in their community.

Many of our member organizations picked up these coolers last year. Here are just a few in St. Louis, Missouri.

Bridging Families to Communities and Beyond

Bridging Families to Communities and Beyond (BFCB) assists families in transitioning from poverty to self-sufficiency capable of continued constructive growth. One way it achieves this is through sponsoring St. Louis YouthBuild. Its parent company, YouthBuild, originated in East Harlem, New York, in 1989. The nonprofit organization helps men and women ages 18 to 24 who dropped out of high school achieve a GED and develop applicable skill sets for occupational fields.

Learn more about BFCB and St. Louis YouthBuild by reading our success story!

Employment Connection

Established in 1977, Employment Connection is a nonprofit that breaks down barriers to self-sufficiency for individuals with limited opportunities, including the homeless, ex-offenders, U.S. veterans, high school dropouts, women on welfare, and at-risk youth. In addition to housing and mental health services, they have employment programs, including career services and work readiness classes.

The resources, training, and support clients receive inspire and empower them to change their circumstances.

Continue learning about Employment Connection by checking out our success story!


DOORWAYS, an interfaith nonprofit organization founded in 1988, is on a mission to provide housing and support services for individuals and families affected by HIV. They work to prevent homelessness through the different housing programs they offer, including assisted living, emergency housing, permanent housing, and subsidies.

Plus, they’re committed to empowering self-sufficiency through individualized support, behavioral health counseling, employment assistance, self-development programming, community activities, and access to valuable resources.

Discover other products DOORWAYS has picked up from WIN by reading this product spotlight!

Beat the Heat With WIN Warehouse

These coolers flew off the shelves last year, so be sure to grab yours today! They’re perfect for taking along on picnics, camping and fishing trips, and any other recreational activities your nonprofit has planned this summer.

As a nonprofit member, you can purchase them in aqua and pink from our online catalog and showroom. Sign up today to get direct access to the resources you need!

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