BurgerFit Launches "Thank You for Being You" Campaign to Spread Positivity During Coronavirus
BurgerFit is spreading love and joy throughout the world sending a personalized notes to anyone and everyone in the world who wants one, to say hello and tell them how awesome they are!
Nashville, TN – May 1, 2020
BurgerFit, a health food company with blended meat and veggie burgers, with partner Koops’ Mustard launches a campaign to spread positivity during Coronavirus. Alane Boyd, Founder & CEO of BurgerFit, her son Fletcher, and her team at BurgerFit will write and send you a personalized note from them, along with a few other goodies in your envelope. They also hug the envelope before putting it in the mail, touting, “Hugs can travel thousands of miles and still be felt. When you get your note from us, we’re sure that you’ll be able to feel it.”
When Alane was designing the BurgerFit thank you cards to be used when products were sent out, her son, Fletcher, saw what she was doing on her computer and asked if he could help. So, she let him tell her what he wanted for the design. Alane wanted to take it a step further and when she ordered the BurgerFit thank you cards, she also ordered a stack of the thank you cards he designed so he could physically hold and see what he created. He was so excited, he hung one in his work station at the office and one on his bedroom wall. The “Thank You” cards being sent out is what he created.
“We’ve been waiting for the right time and the right reason to use these cards to send special messages to people. Our prayers and intentions were answered because we couldn’t think of a better time than now.” – Alane Boyd, Founder & CEO, BurgerFit
Alane Boyd, Founder of BurgerFit, and son, Fletcher, tell how the idea of the “Thank You for Being You” campaign got started.
The team realized that early on people were feeling timid about filling out the short form to get a card sent to them, so they came up with two qualifying questions:
- Are you human?
- Do you live on planet Earth?
Whether you are family, friends, or strangers (the BurgerFit team says you won’t be strangers for long, though), whether you’re in the same town, or somewhere else in the world, BurgerFit want to send you a card. Why? Because you are special and sometimes just need a little reminder.
“We want to send you a thank you card- to simply say, thank you for being you.” – Team BurgerFit
So how do you get your hands on one of these notecards? Fill out the short form so the team knows who you are and where to send it! You will also get an email confirmation when your card is sent out.
You can also have cards sent to someone else. All you need is their mailing address! There is an option on the form to share the love and you can have it sent anonymously or have BurgerFit tell them if was from you.
Our new take on an old classic combines veggies into delicious meat burgers, transforming them into healthy meals that everyone from 2 to 92 years old can enjoy. Each recipe has been tested with kids of all ages, both young and grown. You’ll have them eating beets (and loving it) before they know it!
Alane Boyd lost over forty pounds and has successfully kept it off for almost a decade. She had to change her eating habits by choosing more vegetables over processed and high carb foods. When everyone in her family wasn’t open to eating more vegetables, she came up with BurgerFit burgers and created her cookbook. Her recipes offer new ways to incorporate vegetables with ground meat so that you and your family can eat healthier…whether they know it or not!
The BurgerFit cookbook can be purchased at shop.getburgerfit.com, on Amazon, and recipes can also be found for free on their website. The second cookbook in the BurgerFit, BurgerFit: Deconstructed, series is launching later this summer and includes recipes for ways to use your leftover burgers in new meals.
About Koops' Mustard
Koops’ has a tradition of quality, and they have been crafting mustard with only the finest ingredients for over 120 years. The products have no complicated additives, hard to pronounce chemicals or scary sounding preservatives. Instead, their popular spreads are made up of quality ingredients like mustard seed, vinegar, and water.