Exclusive April Promotion to Benefit the Military and Veteran Community

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Awareness Coffee Co. Partners with Veteran Tickets Foundation to Highlight 10th Anniversary of National Nonprofit

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Awareness Coffee Company and Veteran Tickets Foundation (Vet Tix) officially partner in April to increase awareness of meaningful causes. Awareness Coffee Co. will donate a portion of the sales from their dark roast Veteran Initiative Blend in red, white, and blue bags to three veteran-focused organizations.

Every year, Awareness Coffee Co. features six initiatives such as mental health, USA veterans and autism awareness. Each initiative showcases three organizations. During the April 2018 USA Veterans Initiative, the donation recipients will be Fisher House, Hope for the Warriors and Vet Tix. During checkout, buyers will have the option to vote for their favorite organization. The organizations, combined, will receive more than 50 percent of the profits.

The promotion helps to highlight Vet Tix throughout the nation. “It’s an honor for Awareness Coffee to partner with incredible organizations such as Vet Tix,” said Sean Michele, Chief Operating Officer of Awareness Coffee Co. “Our core values are to support a variety of causes, and veteran support is vital. We are excited to do what we can to assist Vet Tix’s 10-year mission and to provide our wonderful coffee.”

Vet Tix is a nonprofit that supports the currently serving military, veterans, and their families by providing tickets to events across the country. These military appreciation events offer positive family and life experiences, during and after their years of service to our country.

Vet Tix recently celebrated the organization’s ten-year anniversary in March 2018. With this new partnership, Vet Tix hopes to reach more even more servicemembers and veterans around the nation. Vet Tix Chief Strategy Officer, Steve Weintraub stated, “Getting to participate in programs that allow veterans an enjoyable, stress-free experience is core to our mission. We love the cause strategy of this new company and hope to help them on their journey.”

To learn more about the campaign or to contribute to the initiative, visit the Awareness Coffee Co Website. To sign up for Vet Tix, visit VetTix.org.

ABOUT VETERAN TICKETS FOUNDATION
Veteran Tickets Foundation is a national 501(c)3 non-profit foundation supporting our military community. Vet Tix provides free event tickets to currently serving military, veterans, and family members of KIA to sporting events, concerts, performing arts and family activities. A nominal delivery fee is charged per event. Our military and veterans experience many difficult transitions as they reintegrate back into their families, their communities and eventually civilian life. Since 2008, Vet Tix has provided more than 4 million event tickets to over 700,000 VetTixers. The nonprofit spends over 95 percent of its funding back to its programs. In gratitude for their service and to support their reintegration processes, Vet Tix is dedicated to giving back to those who gave us so much. Visit VetTix.org to learn more, and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

ABOUT AWARENESS COFFEE COMPANY
We are a group of coffee enthusiasts that founded the company in January 2018 with the core belief that we can use our love for exquisite coffee to raise awareness and money for individuals and organizations doing good throughout the world. Awareness Coffee was realized to dramatically increase Happiness, Health and Connection on our planet. Science confirms that altruistic behavior releases enriching endorphins. When purchasing one of our coffee blends, a minimum of $3 is donated per bag sold. J​oin our simple and sustainable movement that makes people feel good while creating a myriad of opportunity for others. You’ll be uplifted with gratitude ​when sipping our exquisite ​coffee​ knowing your order supported a phenomenal ​cause. Visit http://www.awarenesscoffee.com to learn more.

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