Let the Grinning begin: From production line to corner store in under 24 hours

There are 5,968 people in the town of Marion, Va., according to the U.S. Census Bureau. On Nov. 2, there were 69,216 Grins there.

Grins had a successful first production run last week in Marion. Almost 70,000 bottles of Grins Grape, Strawberry Kiwi and Citrus Punch came rolling off the line. This full-flavored, naturally colored and sweetened, better-for-you beverage is now a step closer to your favorite market, your school or your own refrigerator.

Nathan Battle, Grins Director of Fun (a.k.a. operations)

This product is all about fun, and as the first 16.9-ounce bottles rolled along the conveyor belts, we saw the positive vibes that are just contagious around Grins at work on the production floor. More than once, busy workers approached us out of the blue to tell us how excited they were to learn about this beverage.

No artificial colors there. Grins uses fruit and vegetable juices to distinguish its three flavors.

We’re back home in Winston-Salem, N.C., right now, and within fewer than 24 hours after returning, those fresh bottles of Grins went on sale at the Exxon convenience store on South Stratford Road here, near the Five Points intersection. If you’re in town, pick up a bottle. Then shoot us a line or send us a photo on our Facebook page.

We are working hard right now to get Grins in your favorite neighborhood market. We are excited for you to enjoy our all-natural product, and to help us spread our message of optimism, positivity and cheer.

Stay tuned for more updates as we enter the marketplace, and remember…Life Deserves Grins.

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