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Buy four bags of our 16 oz. handcrafted Medium Roast coffee and we'll match your order with four additional Medium Roast bags, plus our signature Military Match mug - FREE! We’ll double your order and send all 8 bags plus a signature military mug to the APO/FPO address you provide – it’s all part of our Military Match Gift Box Program!
Valid ONLY for military addresses (APO/FPO addresses - Please allow at least 30 business days for order to arrive.)
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Community Coffee Company is steeped in history & tradition as rich as our coffee.
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"The only time I don't drink Community is when it's simply not available. Even when we travel, my wife and I make sure to pack plenty and love introducing folks to it. Unfortunately, I couldn't even fit a single K-Cup in my bags for this deployment to Afghanistan. Your Military Match, though, is an awesome deal that'll help get me through the next several months till I can enjoy a fresh cup in my own house again! Looking forward to Mail Call!"
Reviewer: Michael| 8/17/2013| My Rating:
Great Coffee, Great Deal for me and our Troops.
"This is the way I will buy from now on, Military Match.
Reviewer: Randy| 4/26/2011| My Rating:
"my husband is in Afghanistan and he shares his coffee with everyone. they all come to his tent every morning for their first cup. they only get folgers over there.... needless to say, all the guys who are not from the south will now be drinking Community from now on when they return home. Thank you Community Coffee for offering this program. Something as simple as a good cup of coffee is bringing our soldiers joy and a little touch of home for my husband."
Reviewer: SHARON| 1/3/2012| My Rating:
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