Community Coffee Company Donates 10% of Proceeds to Louisiana Flood Relief

Sep 12, 2016

September 12, 2016, Baton Rouge, LA — For regional favorite Community Coffee Company, the flood relief effort in south Louisiana is far from over. From September 12 to October 2, for every Community® coffee purchase of specially-marked products, the company will donate 10% of proceeds to the rebuilding of its great home state. The Rebuilding Louisiana campaign contribution will support flood relief efforts through the Salvation Army by providing funds up to $100,000.

16ozDark_FloodRelief_Web“Even though we were happy to provide 300,000 cups of Community® coffee to flood evacuees and first responders, our work is far from over,” said David Belanger, president & CEO of Community Coffee Company. “We came up with this initiative so that customers can connect to the cause in the best way we know how, through our coffee.”

Consumers can support Community Coffee Company’s relief efforts by purchasing specially-marked Community® coffee products at retail grocery locations in Louisiana and Mississippi, including 16oz firm pack Dark Roast, Medium Roast, Between Roast and Coffee & Chicory.

Plus, with every purchase of a 20oz or 24oz cup of Community® coffee at convenience stores in Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Northshore, New Orleans, Alexandria, Houma and Lake Charles, the company will donate 10% of those proceeds as well.

For more information and other ways to help, please visit http://www.communitycoffee.com/together.

About Community Coffee Company

Now in its 97th year, Community Coffee Company houses the largest family-owned and operated retail coffee brand in America, and four generations of the Saurage family have operated the company since its inception. Founded in 1919, Community Coffee Company is an importer, roaster and distributor of the highest-quality premium coffees and teas, using only 100% Arabica coffee beans. For additional information, visit CommunityCoffee.com or find the brand on Facebook and Twitter.

 


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