Four Peaks, Smashburger to bring school supplies to Valley teachers

Jul 16, 2013, 5:52 PM | Updated: 5:53 pm

PHOENIX – Two companies in the Valley have come together to bring school supplies to teachers in the Valley.

Four Peaks Brewing Company and Smashburger are partnering up to give 1,000 teachers $100 each worth in school supplies this year.

Until July 29, teachers can go to any Four Peaks or Smashburger location and pick up a Four Peaks School Supply Distribution voucher that can be redeemed at any one of the Four Peaks locations around the Valley.

This is the third time that Four Peaks Brewing Company has helped teachers around the Valley. Wist Office Products, the largest independent office products dealer also joined the efforts this year to be able to give school supplies to teachers.

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Four Peaks, Smashburger to bring school supplies to Valley teachers