Fifth-grader designs Cheerwine Christmas card
SALISBURY – For the second year in a row, Cheerwine will be selling Christmas cards designed by a Rowan County elementary school student.
Bethany Artz, a fifth-grader at Millbridge Elementary School, drew this year’s design. Kim Nance is the art teacher who helped Cheerwine with the project.
Starting next week, Cheerwine will begin selling the cards to the public. A pack of 25 cards and envelopes will be $25, and $5 from each purchase will be donated to Millbridge Elementary School.
The company will sell the cards through its website, at the Salisbury Cheerwine office and in downtown locations to be announced.
For more information, contact Joy Ritchie, assistant brand manager, at 704-212-6127.
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