I’ve had this coffee travel mug for years. It’s made by Contigo, which I dimly recall means “with you” in Spanish (right?).
But what I find interesting is how that final syllable is emphasized through the lines—hence, “it goes with you.”
… It’s not a huge deal, but I like the fact that it’s making an interlingual pun.
Update: I guess conti means “accounts” in Italian. So the mug also accounts for your coffee?