Bai Brands, the innovative, better-for-you beverage company and makers of Bai, Bai Bubbles and Antiwater, has partnered with VH1 Save The Music Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring music programs in America’s public schools and raising awareness about the importance of music education. Between August 1st and September 30th, 2016 Bai will donate a portion of proceeds from every bottle and can sold to VH1 Save The Music Foundation*.Bai inspires people to be the best version of themselves by being both good to their body and true to their soul. Bai believes that when people engage in their passions, like music, life becomes richer and more fulfilling.”VH1 Save The Music Foundation shares in Bai’s commitment to being authentic, creative and the best version of one’s self,” said Ben Weiss, Founder and CEO of Bai Brands. “We look forward to helping this incredible organization raise awareness around the importance of music as an essential part of a well-rounded education for children.”Earlier this summer, Bai announced a $15,000 donation for an Encore Grant to support a public school near Bai Headquarters in Trenton, New Jersey as part of the relationship. The brand will also be the Presenting Sponsor at the VH1 Save The Music Foundation’s Htons LIVE celebrity event on August 27th with performances by Fifth Harmony and DJ Cassidy.The co-branded national caign will be further lified with in-store point of sale displays, social media and event support.For more information on Bai, visit www.drinkbai.com. For additional information on VH1 Save The Music Foundation visit https://www.vh1savethemusic.org/.* Bai will donate up to a maximum of $150,000 to VH1 Save The Music Foundation.
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