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This Memorial Day we're honoring those who serve

May 21, 2015

We're proud to partner with Green Beans Coffee to support our troops actively serving around the world.  

We're sending a Cup of Joe for a Joe, for every purchase starting May 17th, running through May 31st, 2015. We'd like to thank Green Beans Coffee, and encourage you to check out their website to learn more about the Cup of Joe for a Joe program.   

A little bit about Cup of Joe for a Joe and Green Beans Coffee
Since 2008, Americans have sent over a million cups of coffee to our Troops overseas through CUP OF JOE FOR A JOE! 
COJEveryone deserves a coffee break, especially the thousands of American Servicemen and Women deployed in the Middle East and around the world. Through Green Beans Coffee’s CUP OF JOE FOR A JOE Program, for only $2 you can send a Troop deployed overseas a hot, fresh cup of coffee with a personal message… and 15 minutes of home.
From Green Beans Coffee
"Honor First, Coffee Second


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