Rap Snacks can now be found in your local mall. The iconic snack brand has announced a partnership with retailer Spencer’s, which will place the chips inspired by your favorite Hip-Hop stars in 690 stores nationwide.
In addition to your favorite flavors, Rap Snacks will be placing a new line of t-shirts into Spencer’s, which will contribute to the work of the Rap Snacks Foundation’s Boss Up Program. The Boss Up Program was developed to provide entrepreneurship skills to youth from under-resourced communities. Those skills range from silk-screen printing to marketing and were instrumental in creating the hand designed t-shirts that will are now available.
“Rap Snacks’ cultural impact is a testament to our brand’s success. Our partnership with Spencer’s enables us to meet consumer demand, while also empowering our youth. Through the Rap Snacks Foundation’s Boss Up initiative, we are truly able to give young men and women the keys to achieve success through entrepreneurship,” said Rap Snacks CEO, James Lindsay.
Rap Snacks relaunched in 2017 and recently released new flavors featuring Cardi B and Migos. Those flavors, along with ones inspired by Fetty Wap, Lil Yachty, Boosie and Romeo, will be available in Spencer’s.
You can learn more about the Boss Up program below.
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