SNA PR Campaign: New SLHD & Summer-Themed Shareable Content


SNA PR Campaign: New SLHD & Summer-Themed Shareable Content

Since the launch of SNA’s PR campaign last September, SNA has released an ongoing series of colorful pieces of shareable content (or “fun puns”) for members to share on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. These tools are intended to help spread more positive publicity for the K-12 school nutrition profession and the work SNA is doing.

As part of this ongoing public awareness campaign, SNA partnered with the author of the “Lunch Lady” book series, Jarrett J. Krosoczka to create the official School Lunch Hero Day (SLHD) shareable content. With three different SLHD-themed design to choose from, you can use them across your social networks to help celebrate SLHD on Friday, May 5, 2017.

SNA PR Campaign: New SLHD & Summer-Themed Shareable Content

Also, the new set of fun puns includes nine new colorful posts to get you, your students and your staff ready for summertime and summer meals! With many students relying on summer feedings, we want to make sure this important topic is highlighted from now until the start of the new school year. Download the latest and greatest images today and share to your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.

To learn more about the PR campaign, visit Let’s spread the word that school nutrition professionals serve more than food! You serve better concentration, improved test scores and nutritious meals to more than 30 million kids each day.

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