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what you need to know…

First of all, thanks for agreeing to host a Drink Beer, Do Good event. It means the world to us. Second of all, remember to have fun with it. Live events are not an exact science. We’ve prepared the following to make sure you feel good about hosting.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out:

EVENT FLOW:

  • Introduce yourself. Tell everyone that you’re representing Have Fun Do Good. Tell them where the sandwiches are being donated to.

  • Go around the room and have everyone say their name and have them answer a funny icebreaker question

    ie: What’s your most used emoji?

  • We recommend arriving 30minutes beforehand, introducing yourself to the brewery folks and setting up stations for the sandwiches. Each person will need to have supplies in reach. Use your judgement here.

  • Our goal is to build community. If you see someone who is feeling left out, please try to engage them. We want everyone to feel welcome.

LIKE A PRO:

  • Based on table layout, you’ll need to divvy out peanut butter and jelly into the bowls to create stations for everyone. Make sure everyone has a knife and access to the bread and supplies.

  • Gloves must be worn by everyone.

  • No heels of bread used.

  • Save the empty bread bags (see below).

  • Individual baggie each sandwich then you can stack the assembled sandwiches inside the empty bread bags.

  • The recommended amount of Peanut Butter to Jelly is 2 tablespoons. Have folks use their judgement here.

  • Don’t feel like you need to race through it. The goal is to be social while we’re making sandwiches.

Get social:

  • Capture as many photos and videos as possible from your phone. You can text them to us (724-640-0364) and we’ll post on our IG stories.

  • Make sure you get at least 1 group photo.

wrap up:

  • When you’re finished making sandwiches, feel free to hang out and mingle. The event isn’t over when the sandwiches are finished. Make sure you thank the brewery.

  • If there are extras supplies, don’t hesitate to use for another event.