Today’s Discount Offers Freedom From Bad Coffee

FACT: Carte Noire is one of the top-selling coffee brands in France.

FACT: EnjoyBetterCoffee.com has a special on Carte Noire this week.

FACT: The USA will celebrate Independence Day tomorrow while France will celebrate her National Day in 2 weeks.

You’ll be intrigued by the startling similarities and differences between these 2 celebrations. Be sure to check out a bit of trivia for each holiday too at the end of this newsletter.

In the meantime, EnjoyBetterCoffee.com is offering 15% off your order of Carte Noire, with no minimum required.*

Please use coupon code: CELEBRATE

*Discount valid Today, Monday, 7/3/17 through 11:59 P.M. PDT at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with 15% off no minimum order required on Carte Noire coffee. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products.

PLEASE NOTE: Our offices will be closed through Tuesday so all our employees can enjoy the holiday with their families. As always, you can order 24 hours a day, 7 days a week online, though shipping will not begin until mid-week, following the holiday. All our other shipping rules apply. (You can find them on our Selling Policies page).

PS–Watch for our 4th of July discount coming to email tomorrow!

WHAT:  Celebrates the official start of independence from Great Britain. Representatives of the colonies signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.

WHERE: Mostly in the USA, but also: Oslo, Norway; New Ross, Ireland; and most notably, Rebild, Denmark, where the locals have been celebrating the 4th of July since 1912.

SYMBOLS:  American flag; Statue of Liberty (a gift from France); red, white and blue anything

DID YOU KNOW?  John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, the only 2 people who signed the Declaration of Independence to later become President, and who eventually became bitter rivals, both died on July 4, 1826, on the document’s “Golden anniversary”.

WHAT:  Celebrates the official start of the French Revolution, which would lead to a constitutional monarchy (albeit a rough road). Revolutionists stormed the Bastille, a prison/armory that symbolized royal authority, on July 14, 1789.

WHERE:  In Paris and across France; big parties in New Orleans (a week-long party) and New York city (a block party on 60th street).

SYMBOLS:  The Eiffel Tower; the French flag; the Bastille; red, white and blue anything

DID YOU KNOW?  At the time the Bastille was stormed, France was ruled by King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. The King was deposed 3 years later; Marie and her husband were executed the following year (separately). Their oldest child survived, and she lived to be 72 years old.

Enjoy the holiday, however and wherever you are!

 

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