Authentic Barista-Crafted Beverage Company "It's A Grind Coffee House" to Host Back to School Party With Free Samples of Their Newest Beverage

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It's A Grind Coffee House's nationwide are set to have a "Back to School Party" on Friday September 7th. Customers can celebrate the new school year with a free sample of It's A Grind's newest beverage "The Cookie Gnar Gnar." Anyone who would like to attend a back to school party can visit any one of the 46 participating It's A Grind Coffee House's between 2-7pm.

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A great way ti kick off the new school year.

At each It’s A Grind Coffee Shop's Back To School Party, a professional barista will provide free samples of the new "Cookie Gnar Gnar" to guests from 2-7 PM on Friday, September 7th.

It's A Grind Coffee House is introducing their newest beverage The Cookie Gnar Gnar at their 46 coffee houses nationwide as a way to alleviate the stress that comes with the start of a new school year. Each party will give It's A Grind's guest's a “hall pass” from studying to visit their local It’s A Grind Coffee House after their first week of being back to school or work.

In addition to its authentic barista-crafted espresso beverages, the nationally recognized coffee house offers a unique selection of “better for you” health and well-being smoothies. It’s A Grind differentiates itself with an innovative all day-part food range including savory pies, paninis and “home-baked” coffee related cakes, pastries and mini loaves. To learn more about how to get your free Cookie Gnar Gnar samples, please visit

About It’s A Grind Coffee House

It’s A Grind Coffee House, born in the USA is a specialty coffee house that has been serving neighborhoods since 1995 providing high quality gourmet coffee, espresso beverages, “better for you” healthy cold drinks and a range of home baked foods in a comfortable, community-focused neighborhood environment. It’s A Grind Coffee Houses are independent, well connected and free spirited.

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