A lot of people usually go to these coffee shops or get their coffee at the grocery stores and the quality of the coffee isn't as good as the beans I have on my site
Zion, IL (PRWEB) December 1, 2008
When Donald Moore started his website, http://www.FriendshipBlends.com, he did so with the desire to provide people with the highest quality gourmet coffee at the best prices around. "A lot of people usually go to these coffee shops or get their coffee at the grocery stores and the quality of the coffee isn't as good as the beans I have on my site," said Moore.
Establishing his website in August 2008, Moore's company came running out of the gates with an impressive catalog of coffee of all sorts - organic, flavored, decaffeinated and blends. He even has a selection of chai tea and gift sets.
"I wanted to be able to have something for everybody," Moore said. "It's part of our name, Friendship Blends, and the way you start and nurture friendships is by having something in common. In this case, it's a mutual love of coffee."
Moore suggests that, for the time being, his selection is strong, but he looks to the holidays for new specials.
"Right now we have a holiday special for our shoppers," he said. "If you purchase five or more gifts in a single order, we will refund five percent of the shipping cost."
Also just in time for the holidays is FriendshipBlends.com's new blog, http://www.FriendshipBlendsBlog.com. The blog is an informational portal that discusses all things coffee, not unlike what is present on Moore's site.
Still, at the end of the day, Donald Moore insists that he simply wants to share his love of coffee with other people.
"You know, a lot of people joke about caffeine addiction and what have you, but coffee isn't like pop, it's not entirely bad for you," Moore explained. "In many ways, I think that a mutual love of coffee beans is a good way to strike up a conversation with people and a good way to find common ground with someone, no matter your differences."
About the Company:
FriendshipBlends.com is a part of BJM Marketing, Inc. which is owned and operated by Donald and Judy Moore in Illinois.