WILLOWBROOK, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–To celebrate National #IcedTeaDay Inko’s Organic White Tea is inviting revelers to sit back, relax and enjoy a bottle of Inko’s on them. Iced Tea lovers should simply like Inko’s on Facebook and follow the link to request a coupon for one free bottle to be redeemed at a participating retailer, while supplies last.
“Eighty-five percent of Americans drink tea and most of that consumption is iced tea,” said Andy Horrow, chief marketing officer, Wholesome Tea, maker of Inko’s. “We’re an Iced Tea-Happy Nation and we can’t think of a better way to kick-off the summer season than celebrating a day dedicated to everyone’s favorite summer beverage.”
Inko’s is taking the celebration to Twitter and Instagram by hosting a National #IcedTeaDay Party on June 10 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. (CST). During the three-hour Inko’s #IcedTeaDay social event, fans can join the conversation at #IcedTeaDay and participate in fun trivia games for a chance to win a year’s supply of Inko’s Organic White Tea as well as gift cards to local grocers and other great prizes. Throughout the day, iced tea lovers can also share their favorite Inko’s Organic White Tea flavors and tea tips using #IcedTeaDay and conversing with Inko’s on Twitter @Inkos_Tea and Instagram @InkosTea.
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Fun tea facts:
- 71% of iced tea drinkers grab the refreshing, pick-me-up beverage in the afternoon.
- According to a recent Inko’s White Tea survey, among bottled tea drinkers:
- 36% consume between 1-2 per week
- 37% consume between 3-5 per week
- 16% consume between 5-10 per week
- 5% consume more than 10 per week
- Ready-to-drink tea has grown more than 15-fold in the past decade, with sales estimated at more than $5.3 Billion. And organic tea is outpacing the category with 22% growth.
Founded in 2002, Inko’s is committed to crafting satisfyingly delicious, natural, organic beverages brewed just a little better for you. All drinks are certified organic and freshly brewed from white tea leaves grown in the rich soil of the Fujian Mountains in China. Visit inkostea.com for more information about Inko’s and the health benefits of white tea or to find a store near you.