Holiday Savings from Green Mountain
Now until the end of December (otherwise known as the “Holiday Season”), Green Mountain is running a little family and friends deal for their Coffee Ambassadors; guys like me who can’t stop talking about how good Green Mountain Coffee is. Occasionally, I’ll talk about things like corporate citizenship t00, which is good, but the coffee…the coffee is just great.
Anyway, simply visit the Green Mountain Website, fill your cart full of things like Organic Fair Trade Coffee, Keurig Brewers, or other unique gifts and samplers. At checkout, enter promo code 3A56-2493.
The offer expires 12/31/09 and excludes Café EXPRESS and other discount promotions.
In addition to their own coffees and teas, Green Mountain stocks coffee from Caribou, Tully’s, and Newman’s Own. The offer also applies to Green Mountain’s Cafe Escapes lineup, as well as the new Donut House Collection.
If you’re willing to forgo the 10% discount, you can save $2 off every box of Green Mountain coffee you buy through their Café Express programs, which helps ensure that you never run out of delicious Green Mountain Coffee.
To help entice you a bit, Green Mountain has passed along their recipe for Caramel Gingerbread Cream Coffee
- Brew a pot of Fair Trade Gingerbread Coffee.
- Combine 2/3 coffee and 1/3 steamed light cream in a mug.
- Add caramel syrup to taste. Top with whipped cream and a swirl of caramel syrup.
The Fine Print Details of Me & Green Mountain as it applies to the FTC
As you may or may not know, the FTC recently enacted some guidelines for bloggers centered around disclosure of compensation received for product endorsements. So in the spirit of full disclosure, here are the details of my relationship with Green Mountain Coffee Roasters:
As a Green Mountain’s Ambassador, I receive two boxes of K-Cups per month. Occasionally, I receive other gifts (they sent me a nice fleece vest just last week). From time to time, I also request a specific product (usually when a new variety comes out), and they’ve been kind enough to oblige. With the exception of their affiliate program (for which I receive a percentage of all sales generated through Qwowi.com), I receive no monitory compensation from Green Mountain (or anyone else for that matter) for my efforts, which sometimes makes me wonder why I even bother; but I digress. I’m certainly not on the payroll, and I’m most definitely under no obligation to say nice things about Green Mountain products. If they send me something, and I don’t like it, you’ll still find it reviewed here at Qwowi Coffee. Reviews are not submitted to anyone for approval – including my wife - prior to posting.