Kendall Jenner goes into college to serve students her 818 tequila

The model and it girl embarked on a university and spirited tour of 4 different campuses.

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The founder of the iconic 818 tequila visited four Midwestern college campuses – from 9-11 October – to promote her brand, surprising college students with signed bottles, cornhole sets, as well as glasses of her work distilled on family-owned agave farms in Jalisco, Mexico.

After his first stop at Buckeye Wine and Spirits (Ohio) on 9 October, Jenner headed to Ohio State University with his friend Harry Hudson. There the duo served 818 margaritas, 818 blanco tequila and espresso martinis behind the bar at Standard Annex and Townhall.

The next day, at Indiana University, the Kardashian-Jenner clan member signed bottles of 818 Tequila and Eight Reserve for customers at three locations: Kroger, Big Red Liquors and the Upstairs Pub.

From that stage she headed to the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, specifically the off-campus bar, KAMS, where she hosted an 818 ‘Happy Hour Takeover’ with the crowd.

The last stop on Kendall’s college tour was on October 11 at the University of Michigan, where she toasted fans at Falsetta’s Market and Top Shelf Liquors.