National Small Business Day is coming up on November 26th. Backing small businesses is a great way to support your community. Do you have a small business you like to help?
If not, you should consider supporting veteran entrepreneurs. They have provided a service to protect our society. Therefore it is a fantastic idea to give back to their years of service work by supporting their passions outside of the military.
One fantastic business to consider is veteran turned entrepreneur Michael Klemmer’s coffee business. His company Aerial Resupply Coffee provides premium roasted coffee to veterans and the communities they serve.
Michael Klemmer is the founder of Aerial Resupply Coffee. After performing 20 years in the U.S. Army and journeying around the world, Mike and his wife chose to return home to the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Here they began to execute their passion for processing distinguished coffee products and supporting other veterans simultaneously.
Even more remarkably, Aerial Resupply Coffee recently celebrated its first anniversary and has gone on to partner with Social Marketing Solutions to get themselves and other Veteran Nonprofits featured in the media.
As an American Corporate Partner mentor, Michael Klemmers and Aerial Resupply Coffee can help other veterans transition out of the military. Therefore, supporting this small veteran-owned business is also helping support the community that protects us all.
Aerial Resupply Coffee supports veterans, the army, military spouses, first responders, and law enforcement by providing quality products and giving back in many other ways.
When I spoke to Mike, he told me, “It’s important to continue to recognize the sacrifices our Nations’ military and first responders give to protect our safety and health. Aerial Resupply Coffee is about supporting those who support others.”
The products at Aerial Resupply Coffee extend outside the realm of coffee. You can purchase coffee mugs, tumblers, and of course, coffee. First, however, consider buying some gear if you need to resupply your wardrobe or buy gifts for your favorite coffee drinkers this holiday season!
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