Celebrate National Coffee Day with Baton Rouge-based Community Coffee – BRProud.com

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — National Coffee Day is just around the corner and the Capital City’s very own Community Coffee plans to celebrate in style. On Wednesday, Sept. 29, lovers of local joe can score 35% off their online purchase. Just head over to the Community Coffee website and use code coffeeday at checkout.
If you miss out on National Coffee Day (or simply can’t wait for a caffeine pick-me-up), join in on the company’s efforts to support Hurricane Ida recovery efforts. From now through Oct. 28, 10% of all retail sales proceeds, up to $250,000, from the sale of Community Coffee products will go to support The Salvation Army’s Hurricane Ida relief efforts in Louisiana.
Community Coffee recently launched their new Espresso + Cream cans along with their seasonal blend, Spiced Pumpkin Pecan Pie. They also have a brand new blend (flavor undisclosed) expected to hit shelves soon. Check back on Sept. 29 to find out more.
Curious about the origin of coffee? Check out this blog post.
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