The Casual Pint Launches Saw Works Customer Incentive Program

CP-logo-2KNOXVILLE, Tenn.  March 31, 2015 – The Casual Pint, a craft beer market headquartered in Knoxville,Tennessee, has announced an extension of their partnership with Saw Works Brewing Company to create a customer incentive program. This nine-month initiative will take place at individual Casual Pint franchise locations and offers patrons and franchisees multiple opportunities to win prizes from the on-site sale of Saw Works brews.

“Our partnership with Saw Works Brewing Company has been fantastic and now, The Casual Pint is looking forward to giving back to our patrons and our franchise owners for supporting this local brewery,” said Nathan Robinette, president of The Casual Pint. “The next nine months are going to be exciting with nearly $4,000 in prizes to be won by customers and the exclusive opportunity for a franchise owner to brew their own Casual Pint brew at Saw Works.”
Starting in April, the promotion will give customers the opportunity to earn prize packages by visiting the featured Casual Pint location of the month. Entry is earned from the on-site purchase of any SawWorks brewed beer, including the exclusive line of The Casual Pint brews. Each prize package is exclusiveto the featured franchise, and a random raffle will determine the winners. Prizes range from dinner date packages to catered parties, hotel stays, amusement park tickets, and more.
In addition to benefiting customers, franchise owners will have the opportunity to win one of three quarterly prize packages for selling the most Saw Works brewed beer during their featured month. At the end of the program, the Casual Pint owner with the highest Saw Works sales overall will also earn the grand prize – the ability to brew their own beer at the Saw Works headquarters and launch it at their location with a traditional English Style Beer Engine.
“We’re excited to further our partnership with The Casual Pint by offering exclusive incentives for our customers and retailers,” said Adam Palmer, president and co-founder of Saw Works Brewing Company.“Brewing is our passion and finding a retailer that supports that passion is rare, but The Casual Pint does just that. I’m looking forward to working with their owners to help develop another, truly unique brew that our customers can enjoy.”
The Casual Pint Saw Works Customer Incentive Program will kick off at The Casual Pint’s Farragut,Tennessee location at 143 Brooklawn Street, Farragut, TN 37934. The winning customer will earn a two-night stay and entrance to the September 19, 2015 Brew Grass Festival in Asheville, North Carolina. Eachnew featured franchise will be announced monthly. To find out more, like and follow The Casual Pint on Facebook and Twitter.
To learn more about franchise opportunities with The Casual Pint, visit http://www.casualpintfranchise.com/.
About the Casual Pint
The Casual Pint is a craft beer market based in Knoxville, Tennessee. The first store located at Interstate40 and Papermill Drive opened in 2011. In 2013, The Casual Pint began franchising with the first sixfranchise locations opening in 2014. Dedicated to sharing the craft beer experience in neighborhoodsone pint, one growler and one person at a time, The Casual Pint offers a wide selection of brews fromaround the globe. Now the fastest-growing franchise in the craft beer industry, the Casual Pint’sbusiness model is available for entrepreneurs nationwide. To learn more, visit http://www.casualpintfranchise.com 
About Saw Works Brewing Company
Founded in 2010 as Marble City Brewing Company, Saw Works Brewing Company is a family-ownedbrewery based in Knoxville, Tennessee. Hitting the market in 2011 with its Nectar Rubus, Dad’s Dime,and Spiced Pumpkin Ales, the company changed names in 2012 and re-committed their vision to partnering with area organizations and focusing on the use of locally sourced materials. Operating out ofthe old Wallace Saw Works building in Downtown Knoxville, Saw Works Brewing Company’s brews areavailable in a variety of East Tennessee establishment. To find out more, visit http://sawworksbrewing.com/ 
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