We are excited to welcome The Republic of Tea back to ShiftCon this year!
Relax, kick back and sip some tea with your fellow Shifters at a very special #SipbySip Virtual Tea Party hosted by The Republic of Tea – Thursday, Oct. 8th at 4pm PST/7pm EST!
Ministers from The Republic of Tea will be debuting their latest tea collection, sharing fun tea time tips and recipes for delicious tea mocktails!
They will also be selecting 10 influencers who register for this event by Sept. 30th to receive a Sneak Peek of their newest innovation mailed to your homes prior to the event!
About The Republic of Tea:
The Republic of Tea is a progressive brand dedicated to enriching people’s lives through the experience of premium teas and herbs, innovation and education as it emphasizes a ‘Sip by Sip Rather Than Gulp by Gulp’ lifestyle. Founded under the charter to start a ‘Tea Revolution’, its ongoing mission is to seek out and procure only the most exquisite teas in the world and make them accessible to men, women and children everywhere. In keeping with its whimsical identity as an independent Republic, the company designates its employees as Ministers, sales representatives as Ambassadors, consumers as Citizens and sales outlets as Embassies.
A socially responsible business, The Republic of Tea is dedicated to sharing its prosperity by developing teas to support organizations that make a difference. The Women of Tea®: Sri Lanka program benefits the women and families who make tea possible by bringing better nutrition, hygiene and financial literacy to their communities. The Republic of Tea is a member of the international Ethical Tea Partnership, Upcycled Food Association, Climate Collaborative and American Herbal Products Association, and supports charitable organizations within its communities, including Homeward Bound of Marin and Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Bay in California and Community Link in Southern Illinois. Ministers of The Republic of Tea also volunteer for a local community, non-profit organization two days per year as part of the Make a Difference Day program (2 paid volunteer days per year).