America’s Cinema Brewery® will donate a portion of sales to combat cyber and in-school bullying
Press Release – Round Rock, TX – February 2017 – Flix Brewhouse, based in Round Rock, TX, furthers their community involvement by pledging a dollar from every sale of their Hero Beer Series to the STOMP Out Bullying™ organization. The group has been recognized as the most influential anti-bullying/ cyberbullying organization in America. The STOMP Out Bullying program addresses modern day bullying between school-goers and educates parents and teachers about ways to help students better understand each other.
Based on a recent study by StopBullying.gov, between 25 and 33 percent of students have experienced some form of bullying. The site explains that children can be targeted for many different reasons, but the most common is being different from what is considered the norm by others. This can include seemingly trivial differences such as being underweight, new to a school, or for wearing glasses. These staggering numbers reinforce the need for anti-bullying coalitions such as STOMP Out Bullying who provide children, parents and school administrators with the tools they need to decrease bullying in schools.
One of Flix Brewhouse’s greatest attributes, along with being America’s only cinema brewery, is its dedication to promoting a family-friendly environment. As part of its Flix Junior program, on select Saturday’s each month the theater brings back old favorites like ‘The Land Before Time’ and “Shrek” to give families a reason to go out together and enjoy a movie free from electronics and video games. “Flix makes a commitment to enhance family relationships at all of our locations across the country”, said Greg Johnson, Director of Sales and Marketing for Flix Brewhouse. “The STOMP Out Bullying organization allows us an opportunity to take that commitment one step further and support children in our ‘Flix cities’, and across the Nation.”