A nationwide bus tour will make a stop in Greenville to bring packs of school supplies to an elementary school.

The bus tour celebrating the launch of Culture of Good, an initiative of Indianapolis-based TCC Verizon, will be at Greenbriar Elementary School on Friday, Feb. 10.

The initiative helps organizations “build a cultural movement that inspires employees, ignites positive change in the world and impacts their bottom lines.”

 Greenville is one of 30 cities nationwide that Culture of Good co-founders Ryan McCarty and Scott Moorehead have chosen to stop during their three-month bus tour.

‘We’re spreading the word by doing good in as many local communities as possible,” said McCarty, who, along with Moorehead, developed TCC, a Verizon retailer that operates more than 800 locations in 42 states.

During the tour, donations of school supply packs will be made to 300 teachers. This is part of a larger initiative in which 5,500 school supply packs will be given to teachers in January and February.

The packages — valued at $50 each — will be filled with glue, pencils, pens, markers, erasers, paper, tissue boxes and more, a news release said.

For every teacher reached, Culture of Good is impacting 30 students, the release said.

Moorehead and McCarty will connect with local business leaders in the cities they stop in on the tour to discuss how they can improve their workplaces, better serve their customers and understand their company’s cause. For more information on Culture of Good, Inc., visit www.cultureofgood.com.

Written by: , davisal@greenvilleonline.com 

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