Woman who showed her cup full of ice after being left in burning car gets offered new car by company

Unless you've been completely out of the loop, you're likely aware that Stanley cups are currently a widespread trend.
These spacious containers, designed to keep beverages cold or hot, are dominating social media, and it seems they truly live up to the excitement.

The cost of these cups begins at $45, featuring options such as the 40-ounce H.20 FlowState Tumbler—the very one showcased by TikToker Danielle.

Danielle, known as @danimarielettering on the video-sharing platform, posted a video depicting the aftermath of her car catching fire.

Her Kia vehicle was completely charred, yet miraculously, her Stanley tumbler, securely placed in the cup holder, emerged nearly unscathed.

In the video, Danielle picks up the tumbler and shakes it, revealing that it still contained ice.

With Stanley's commitment to crafting 'tough bottles,' it's evident that they've lived up to their promise.

Danielle's video quickly went viral, accumulating over 30 million views. In her caption, she humorously remarked while tagging the brand, "Thirsty after you catch on fire? @Stanley 1913 is like no problem, I gotchu."
People have since commented on the post and shared their amazement.

"Stanley surviving a fire with ice in it is crazy," said one person.

"I don’t think stanley will ever come up with a better ad than this one," quipped another.

And a third echoed: "Stanley needs to use this for an ad because this just convinced me to order one."

In light of the impressive and free marketing Danielle has accidentally given the brand, dozens of people called on Stanley to buy her a new car - and it has answered people's demands.

Stanley's global president Terence Reilly stitched the TikTok video and shared the brand's hopes of getting her a new car.

"We've all seen your video. Wow what an ordeal, and we're all really glad you're safe," he said.
"I've noticed many comments suggesting we should send you some Stanleys.

"Well, we're indeed sending you some Stanleys, and there's an unprecedented step we're taking here—we've never done this before, and we probably won't again. But, we'd genuinely like to replace your vehicle… yes, all of us at Stanley would love to replace your vehicle."

In response to this generous gesture, numerous TikTokers expressed their intention to purchase a Stanley cup for themselves.

Furthermore, Danielle's video serves as compelling evidence that the tumbler is worth the investment. I mean, that container managed to survive an actual fire.

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