Grins in schools

Meeting with foodservice managers in the Wilkes County schools. Grins will be launching in Wilkes County in March 2012.

Grins exists because a school foodservice manager told us how frustrated he was with the options on the market to serve his students. He wanted something without too much sugar or artificial ingredients, without unnecessary sodium, caffeine or carbonation and with a taste kids would go for.

When we took him the first sample of Grins, he said we’d nailed it (get the full story here). Since then, we have been on the road meeting with as many school foodservice managers as we can. These folks are on the front lines of the fight for healthier kids, and they care deeply about what they serve their students. When we tell them about Grins, they go crazy for the taste, the nutritional profile and the positivity behind The Official Beverage of Happy People.

Here’s a list of schools and school divisions where our beverages are served. If you are a school foodservice official and would like to talk to us, e-mail Nathan Battle or Ben Bloodworth.

  • Forsyth Country Day School
  • Westchester Country Day School
  • Greensboro Day School
  • Kannapolis City Schools
  • Cabarrus County Schools
  • Hickory City Schools
  • Newton Conover Schools
  • Yadkin County Schools
  • Davie County Schools
  • Thomasville City Schools
  • Wilkes County Schools
  • Surry County Schools
  • Mt. Airy City Schools
  • Elkin City Schools
  • Stokes County Schools
  • Washington County Public Schools, Virginia
  • Johnston County Schools
  • Smythe County, Virginia
  • Charlotte Country Day School
  • Moore County Schools
  • Vance County Schools
  • Henderson County Schools
  • Nash County Schools
  • Guilford County Schools
  • Alamance County Schools
  • Caswell County Schools
  • Caldwell County Schools
  • Alexander County Schools
  • Pitt County Schools
  • Iredell County Schools
  • Granville County Schools

We want to be involved in helping the students in the schools we serve. Read about our “Grin and Share It!” fundraising program here. Students in some schools have taken the initiative to use Grins to help with their own hands-on learning. Read about an award-winning marketing project by the McLean High School DECA club here, and check out this commercial made by students at Forbush Middle School in Yadkin County, N.C.

For more information about Grins, go to grinsbev.com.



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