Highway 75 Pint Glass
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Precision Bottle Decorators | Boise High Life
Garden City, Idaho
Founded in 2009
Founder Mitch is a craftsman with a sense of curiosity and perseverance. He started working with glass in 2009 creating drinking glasses out of discarded beverage bottles. In 2016, he began working on screen printing on glass and found that no one in Idaho was doing this and it had to be outsourced. He took a financial leap and acquired all the necessary equipment and taught himself how to screen print on glass, creating efficiencies and highest quality heat-resistant screens along the way. Today, Mitch continues to develop creative ideas most recently through his Boise High Life collection featuring Ts and glassware.
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State Highway 75 is a two-lane highway that travels through the Sawtooth Valley of central Idaho. The highway's southern terminus is in Shoshone, and its northern is near Challis. It is designated as one of Idaho's scenic byways and provides access to Sawtooth National Recreation Area. It primarily follows the Big Wood River in the south and the main Salmon River in the north, divided by Galena Summit.