Four Peaks For Teachers 2017 Campaign Begins

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Tempe, Ariz. (June 19, 2017) - Four Peaks Brewing Company's popular "Four Peaks 4 Teachers" classroom supply fundraiser is expanding statewide after six years of providing thousands of Valley area teachers with classroom supplies. With help from partner organizations and fundraising efforts, Four Peaks will purchase enough items to fill 3,000 boxes for teachers in Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff. Teachers are invited to pick up vouchers beginning July 4 and redeem them for supply boxes from July 24 - July 28.

Four Peaks' commitment to teachers goes back to 2010 when brewery co-founder Jim Scussel learned of local teachers' needs for basic school supplies from his own kids and customers at Four Peaks 8th St. Brewery, many of whom were teachers at Arizona State University. In an effort to help, Four Peaks asked customers, staff and family to donate supplies for teachers to pick-up at the brewery. This year there will be five supply box pick-up locations across Arizona.

"When we founded Four Peaks Brewing Company twenty years ago our goal was to bring people together and our proudest moments are when we all come together," Four Peaks co-founder Jim Scussel said. "We're excited to expand 'Four Peaks 4 Teachers' outside of Phoenix this year to assist teachers across Arizona, and we thank our partners and everyone who has helped provide our teachers with much-needed support."

Now in its seventh year, with support from the folks at Smashburger, Shamrock Farms, Hensley Beverage Co., Treasures 4 Teachers, and Alphagraphics; Four Peaks will provide boxes of classroom items to teachers all across Arizona.

"I have participated in Four Peaks 4 Teachers in years past and love getting a box of supplies to start the school year - for free," says Cartwright Elementary School third grade teacher David Sweeney, "I think it's great that the program is expanding and would encourage all teachers to participate!"

The fundraising campaign runs from Monday, June 19 to Friday, July 28 and includes:



Proceeds from the Four Peaks 4 Teachers Beer Luncheonon Saturday, July 24 from 11am - 2pm at Four Peaks 8th Street Brewery. Tickets are now available ONLINE and includes a beer pairing and special edition vintage metal lunchbox.

●   Proceeds from the sales of Four Peaks 4 Teachers coffee mugs, available exclusively at our original 8th Street Brewery location.

Proceeds from the $5 raffle tickets sold at all Four Peaks locations and AVAILABLE ONLINE HERE with prizes including a Four Peaks kegerator, bicycle, and a resort stay

●  $1 from all Four Peaks' daily lunch and dinner specials will go to Four Peaks 4 Teachers

$1 from every t-shirt sold at Four Peaks' 8th Street Studio Store will be donated to Four Peaks 4 Teachers

Teachers will be able to pick up vouchers for supply boxes from Tuesday, July 4 through July 23 (or while supplies last) at the following locations:

o All Four Peaks locations

o All Phoenix and Flagstaff Smashburger restaurants


o Monsoons Tap and Grill, Tucson

o The Stillhouse Grill and Bar, Tucson (voucher pick up begins July 5)

o Taverna Greek Grill, Flagstaff 

Teachers will then redeem their vouchers for school supplies boxes by following the directions listed on the vouchers on/at:

  • Monday, July 24 - Tucson: The Stillhouse Grill and Bar and Monsoons Tap and Grill
  • Tuesday, July 25 - Tempe: Four Peaks 8th Street Brewery
  • Wednesday, July 26 - Scottsdale & Peoria: Four Peaks Grill & Tap and Peoria Sports Complex
  • Thursday, July 27 - Flagstaff: Taverna Greek Grill
  • Friday, July 28 - Tempe: Four Peaks 8th Street Brewery

Teachers who are unable to collect their boxes at the times listed on the voucher they receive may do so at a special Teachers Happy Hour from 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. on Friday, July 28at Four Peaks 8th Street Brewery.

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