SALT LAKE CITY, March 30, 2020 (Newswire.com) - America's leading veteran-owned and operated coffee company, Black Rifle Coffee Company (BRCC), is launching a coffee-donation campaign to support medical & emergency workers, quarantined military personnel and their families, and others working around the clock to mitigate the national and global impact of COVID-19. For every coffee purchase on www.blackriflecoffee.com, Black Rifle will donate a bag of coffee or a can of its newly released ready-to-drink coffee to medical personnel, first responders, and service members.
The goal is to donate more than 12,000 bags of coffee along with BRCC canned coffee and other coffee-related gear. To meet that goal, BRCC is partnering with the USO to deliver coffee in care packages for military medical workers overseas and with local businesses and officials to coordinate coffee deliveries to medical facilities across the U.S.
"Since founding Black Rifle Coffee Co., it has been my goal to serve high-quality coffee to men and women who put service before self," said BRCC founder and CEO Evan Hafer. "Consistently, members of the armed forces and first responders put their needs aside to serve their friends and neighbors and defend this country against conventional and non-conventional threats. This is our way of saying thank you to everyone out there holding the line."
To participate in BRCC's "Buy a Bag, Give a Bag" campaign, visit blackriflecoffee.com and purchase any bag of BRCC's premium-roast coffee.
About Black Rifle Coffee Company:
Black Rifle Coffee Company is a veteran-owned and operated coffee company that specializes in premium, small-batch, roast-to-order coffee. Founded in 2014 by Green Beret Evan Hafer and Army Ranger Mat Best, Black Rifle develops its explosive roast profiles with the same mission focus they learned while serving in the military. They're committed to supporting veterans, law enforcement, and the American way of life. With every purchase you make, they give back. Learn more at blackriflecoffee.com/pages/about-us.
For more information or to schedule an interview with Evan Hafer or Mat Best, please contact Farahn Morgan at 276 393 5677 or firstname.lastname@example.org.