GT’s Kombucha introduces their new, limited edition offering, Living in Gratitude, with a warm welcome to the flavors of fall and an easy way to give back to those in need. Partnering with the leading hunger-relief network in the U.S., the #1-selling Kombucha brand since 1995 is on a mission to donate up to half a million meals across the country.
From 10/1 to 12/31, GT’s is asking the community to help sow seeds of gratitude by sharing a photo of the Living in Gratitude bottle on social media with #LivingInGratitude and tagging @GTsKombucha. For each post, they are committed to providing 10 meals to those in need – up to 500,000 meals.
“Our days are enriched with so many unexpected moments to be grateful for,” expressed GT Dave, Founder & CEO of GT’s Living Foods. “The things that come for free are truly life’s most precious gifts – the heartfelt hug of a grandmother, a thoughtful note from a friend, a good meal with family.”
From GT’s humble beginnings, handcrafting small batches of Kombucha in his parents’ kitchen over 22 years ago, the family owned and operated company remains grounded in the belief that gratitude is a daily practice. “Being grateful,” says Dave, “means taking time each day to appreciate the many blessings in our lives, and giving kindness back in return.”
That’s why the brand’s deeply rooted gratitude is beautifully reflected on the front of this collectible, screen printed bottle. Contained within a strong, mature tree, the original artwork showcases a variety of words that represent many of the things they are thankful for each day.
Just in time for the changing seasons, GT’s Living in Gratitude Kombucha offers an original blend of GT’s Organic & Raw Kombucha with organic, fresh pressed pink lady apple juice, turmeric juice, carrot juice, cider spices, and 100% pure love.
GT’s Living in Gratitude Kombucha is available nationwide through December 31, 2017.
For samples of GT’s Living in Gratitude Kombucha or more info on the #LivingInGratitude campaign, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.