Tea Council of the USA Kicks off Second Photo Sharing Sweepstakes to Celebrate Hot Tea Month

Every cup of tea has a story to tell and the Tea Council of the USA is launching the second annual #IndividualiTEA Photo Sharing Sweepstakes to learn more about each tea lover’s individual story. Whether you like a hot cup of tea to start your chilly winter morning, cook using tea as an ingredient or sip warm tea to end your day—share your photo, video or description with us on Twitter with the hashtag #IndividualiTEA and tag @TeaCouncil for a chance to win $500 and a year’s supply of tea. That’s right—just show or tell your absoluTEAly delicious tales for a chance to win! Need additional inspiration? We’re celebrating America’s third annual National Hot Tea Day on Jan. 12, 2018, and the winner of the #IndividualiTEA Sweepstakes will be featured on the Tea Council of the USA’s social media channels.

“Leading up to Hot Tea Month and Day in January last year, we were delighted that consumers showed us their love for their favorite beverage—tea—in so many unique ways! This is why we’re committed to continuing the #IndividualiTEA Sweepstakes as a way to inspire and encourage consumers to continue sharing the individual ways they enjoy hot tea,” says Peter Goggi, president of the Tea Association of the USA.

Visit the Tea Council of the USA or follow @TeaCouncil on Twitter to learn more about the many unique characteristics of tea.

Entering is easy. Simply:

  • Share a photo, video or explanation of the unique ways, times and places you like to cook with or sip your favorite tea (it can be as unique as you’d like!) on http://bit.ly/individualiTEA and on Twitter with the hashtag #IndividualiTEA and tag @TeaCouncil.
  • You’ll be prompted to finalize your entry for a chance to win at http://bit.ly/individualiTEA.

The sweepstakes runs through Jan. 31, 2018. A copy of the official rules can be found here. Enter as many times as you’d like and don’t forget to tag and tell your friends. We’re excited to hear your tea stories.

Source: Tea Council of the USA