Posted on: July 1st, 2013 by Ben Gonzalez
Recently I took a little trip to Pinks Hot Dogs. World famous Pink’s Hot Dogs, I should say. Celebrities from about five generations of Hollywood royalty have to come to this place as well as you average Joe to enjoy these deliciously decadent treats. Founded in 1939, this place offers interesting processed meat between buns of various varieties such as Lord of The Rings (a 10″ Stretch Dog with BBQ sauce), a Rosie O’Donell ( 10″ Stretch Dog, topped with mustard, onions, chili and sauerkraut topped with onion rings), and my personal favorite: the L.A. Philharmonic Conductor Gustavo Dudamel Dog ( Stretch hot dog, guacamole, American & Swiss cheese, fajitas mix, jalapeno slice, topped with tortilla chips).
Needless to say, after a night of partying hard with the homies (read: leisure with my fellow gentlemen), this is the stop for a post midnight meal. They are open until 3am!! Well, imagine my surprise (or lack thereof) to see one of our scraper mats right there at the entrance of this reputable establishment! I CAN’T ESCAPE THEM! MATS ARE EVERYWHERE! THEY CONSUME!! NOOO!!! But my reward was a delicious dog and an idea for my blog. I couldn’t complain.
After quickly scarfing through the last of my meal, a commotion at the front of the line started. Two girls were getting physical…. violently physical. Well, get this. One of the girls was wearing some funky shoes and as she made a lunge for this smaller enemy combatant, I noticed that the grip of the rubber door mat did a really good job keeping a grip on the floor. While not exactly the best example to boast functionality of these outdoor mats, it sure did what it was supposed to do.
Posted on: October 31st, 2012 by Stag
As we are fast approaching the almighty holiday that is Halloween, Iâ€™m sure we have all given thought; if not preparation to our Halloween costumes.Â We have spent extended periods of time in our local stores perusing the candy isle, and if youâ€™re like me perhaps taking home some samples as well.Â But have you given any thought to your outdoor mats?Â Your front home doormat will be getting plenty of traffic this coming week.Â
Hordes of goblins, zombies, vamps, and ghouls.Â All on the hunt for candy and treats, tricking and treating up and down the block and all over your door mats.Â Whether you need a new mat now in preparation or another just in case, we have a massive selection to choose from.Â Â Entry Door Mats so durable that they could thwart off an army of the undeadâ€¦and look good doing it.Â 3D Impressions Home Door Mats that would distract those pesky zombies long enough for you to run and hide or if youâ€™reÂ brave, a Rubber Door Mat Weave.Â You can load up the weave with garlic to ward off those sneaky vampires, and then simply hose it off good as new once the sun rises.
No matter your foe, or your holiday needs; weâ€™ve got it.Â So to all those out there in the deep dark night this Halloween; have fun, be safe and Happy Holidays!
Posted on: June 17th, 2011 by Mark Carmer
A woven rubber door mat is a beautiful, durable and eco friendly solution when you are in need of front door mats.Â Â Door mats made inÂ USAÂ from tire scraps.Â So, when you purchase this mat, you can feel good about yourself knowing that you are helping to keep tires out of landfills across America.
These woven outdoor door mats are made from 100% durable recycled rubber construction making them ideal for outside entrances.Â The molded designs act as scrapers to remove heavy dirt and soil from shoes and provide an excellent anti-slip surface.Â These mats donâ€™t move around as much as many of the smaller door mats tend to do, because the extra heavy base keeps the door mat in place.Â Maintenance is also extremely easy â€“ to clean you can just shake or hose off as needed.
Some ideal places to use rubber entrance mats are at outdoor entrances to a home or an office.Â
The Woven Rubber Entry Mats offer everything most Americans search for when making a purchase:
- Quality and Durability at a Low Cost
- Good for the Environment and
- Made in USA