Is The Best Part of Waking Up, Really Folgers In Your Cup?

Do you need a cup of coffee to get your day going, or a cup after lunch to carry you through the rest of the day?  According to Statistic Brain, 54% of Americans over the age of 18 drink coffee every day.  There’s definitely no shortage of places to purchase coffee whether it be from a grocery store, a coffee house, or a fast food joint.  Known more for their fast food, McDonald’s has recently launched a campaign to increase awareness around their coffee brand, McCafé.  It was announced that from September 16th until September 29th (National Coffee Day), consumers can get a cup of coffee during breakfast hours…all on the company’s dime!  Plus consumers are invited to share their pre-coffee moments with @McCafe #sipandtell.  If you are already a McCafé fan, you will be pleased to know that McDonald’s has announced an alliance with Kraft Foods to offer the brand in grocery stores by 2015!

If you have a moment because you didn’t drink your morning coffee, remember the Your Smart Money Moves coffee tip and head down to your local McDonald’s for a free cup of coffee!

Written by: Eric Puccerelli
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About the author  ⁄ Eric Puccerelli

Eric Puccerelli

Eric is a native of Atlanta, he graduated from Georgia Southern University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management and a Master’s of Business Administration. Eric's credentials include: Series 7 (General Securities Representative); Series 66 (Uniformed Combined State La; Masters of Business Administration; Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor; Past board member of the Georgia Southern Alumni Association. Background and qualification information is available at FINRA's BrokerCheck website.

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