We hope you're able to handle all the awesomeness we have coming at you this month! We are pretty stoked ourselves, so without further ado, let's dive right in.
Partnership with H&M
You've heard of H&M partnering with major fashion houses like Versace and Balmain. But now they've really upped the ante by partnering with...US!!! That's right, GoJava x H&M is going live for the month of September, but rather than designing clothing (we're not sure the fashion world is ready to accept Kraft Brown as a trend) we are collecting used garments and textiles from our Home and Office customers FOR FREE. As part of their sustainability program, H&M already offers a free garment drop off program in their stores, but we are doing one better and bringing it right to your doorstep!
How it Works:
For the month of September, simply leave your unwanted clothes or textiles--in any condition--on your doorstep along with your used coffee pods. We will collect everything and deliver the garments to H&M, where they will then be recycled and repurposed into new clothing. BONUS: You will also get a coupon for each bag of clothing for $5 off your next purchase of $30 or more at any H&M location. Boom!
This month we are introducing a new addition to our blog space "What's Brewing" called "Eco-Friendly AF". This will be a monthly contribution discussing issues surrounding--you guessed it--living an eco-friendly life. We'll be shedding light on issues surrounding sustainability and the environment and providing practical tips on living a greener life. Check out our first post here discussing the real reasons why it's so important to compost organic material.
In keeping with our mission to promote sustainable and eco-friendly products to our customers, we will be working this month to tag our inventory so that you can more easily locate which items we sell that are sustainable and/or organic. We'll also be coming up with a snazzy green logo to place on the item photos so that you can't miss them. Stay tuned for GoJava Green!
Back In Stock
The Lavazza K-Cups are back in stock (finally). Apparently the reason for their long absence was due to negotiations between Lavazza and Keurig, but thankfully it looks like they've decided to be friends again.
We know that these updates must have you about as excited as a Sunday night before Game of Thrones, but once they've had a chance to settle in, feel free to email us with any questions or comments at email@example.com.
Thank you for your continued support and enthusiasm!
Founder & President