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Eve Flanigan

Coffee: a delicious stimulant that is legal in all 50 states. Today it is much more than just a drink. It is a statement. Coffee brands now double as a mark of values ​​and connections that the user cherishes. Even gas station coffee doesn’t escape the new reality of being Joe’s “NASCAR beer” flavor. With that being said, there’s new coffee in town, and it’s being rolled out the welcome mat in more ways than one for the consumer who loves American pride. I recently had the opportunity to reconnect with Casey Petzold, a former Special Forces operator and well-known ammunition expert. He is also the owner and CEO of Operator Coffee. His expanding brand, as the name suggests, honors people who make an effort to keep the country and its communities free, safe, and well-functioning. Anyone who follows Operator Coffee on social media knows that this brand isn’t just about ranting about its stated causes.

But first, the coffee. Those who want a light, medium or dark roast will find options named in honor of SEALs (Trident), ParaRescue Individuals (Para Blend) and Nurses (Night Shift). Other professions (farmers, truck drivers, law enforcement) are called by their own brands and some sub-tasks/causes get their own billing (Breacher Blend, Roast 22 #Neveralone). Most are available in ground or whole grains, in three-ounce amounts for sampling packets, 12-ounce or three-pound bags. Each flavor/mix is ​​described in detail including taste notes, country of origin and more at a level that rivals any other gourmet brand. The packaging is gift-worthy, with artistic and compelling images that reflect the inspiration of the true function behind each one.

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The Patriot Bundle Pack includes cleaning pistol, mug, and coffee accessories.

A generous serving of complementary products is also provided, including syrup, MCT oil, mugs, and clothing. The discount possibilities are many and include affiliate marketing, subscriptions, co-branding, referrals, and more. Whether buying for yourself, as a retailer or as a gift, the company’s website is easy to browse and use. Prices are on par with other gourmet brands.

Yes, Operator Coffee’s branding is bold, as are recent statements and acts of support by the company. The company supports two veterans organizations. The Outdoor for True Heroes (OATH), is a religious non-profit organization that provides outdoor activities, including hunting, centered around faith, family, and community. Their goal is to improve the quality of life for veterans. Another beneficiary is Firefighters Recovery, which assists burn survivors as well as firefighters and other first responders who have had a major injury or troubling medical diagnosis.

After following Operator Coffee on social media, it’s clear that this is a company whose leadership takes its stated values ​​very seriously. A popular coffee brand that was recently introduced to the public, it’s positioned itself high in a marketing campaign that puts veterans and guns front and center. However, behind the scenes, those who watch business news related to the Second Amendment know this company’s true history of supporting gun control schemes and being held accountable for alleged deceptive investors. Operator Coffee’s accounts show genuine and lasting dedication to their stated causes and tackle ethical issues in this new arena of business warfare.

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Eve Flanigan

Currently a writer for AllOutdoor, Eve Flanigan has chosen not to write a short bio at this time.

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