The saying goes, “You are what you eat.” …So eat KIND.
The University of Alabama’s PRSSA chapter launched KIND Snacks’ “No Compromise” Campaign during the month of October.
Prior to college, students are warned about the epic decisions of compromising a social life for academic success or those good grades for a good night’s sleep. But why continue to compromise?
KIND Snacks and its stellar “AND philosophy” allow not only students but everyone to eat something healthy “AND” tasty while living hectic lives.
Not only are KIND Bars healthy and delicious, but they are also gluten-free, allowing even more people to enjoy the yummy opportunities to avoid compromise.
This is the PRSA National’s fourth year of hosting a campaign competition for PRSSA Chapters, and it is the Capstone’s fourth year of participating. Alabama has won or placed in the competition each year so far.
So what is UA doing to promote KIND? Participants have teamed up with Crimson Kindness to display campaign posters. This perks up the community’s morale, in addition to helping out everyone’s tastebuds and busy schedules.
If a student wished to find one of these tasty treats on campus, he or she would have no trouble. Campaign members partnered with the Health Hut on Oct. 20, sharing samples of the healthy yet utterly delicious snacks. Students should also be on the lookout for KIND bar giveaways in campus libraries in the near future.
The university’s campaign participants hope that their efforts will raise awareness to over 500 students who currently live a life without knowledge of tasty KINDness.
With the campaign wrapping up Nov. 6, be sure to follow the updates on the PRSSA’s social media accounts:
Facebook: University of Alabama PRSSA
While living in a world of “ignorance is bliss,” KIND defeats that mentality.
Follow these social media accounts to learn more and seek opportunities to try these healthy and affordable snacks—because we’re all college students on a budget at heart.
-by Alex Christopher, PRSSA General Member
All blogs are written by general members of UAPRSSA and Capstone Agency.