What do you “give a cup” about?? #giveacup (sponsored)

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You guys know how much I love my coffee, right?  I guess you could say I “give a cup” about having my cup each morning and that’s why I’m so thrilled to partner with Peet’s on this sponsored campaign.   Peet’s Coffee is launching their fabulous coffee in new Single Cups and are hitting the road to get the word out.  You can grab one (or all) of Peet’s five varieties now available in single cups.

Image and value provided by our partner, Peet’s

To celebrate this launch, they are engaging in a social media experiment they are calling “Do you give a cup?”  Each week, you can go to doyougiveacup.com and vote on whether you give a cup or not about the week’s topic.  (Hey Boston friends – make sure you check out this week’s post!!)  And, as an added bonus for participating, you’ll get a coupon for Peet’s new Single Cups! Now that’s a win-win!!

You can also scout out where the sip truck will be visiting this summer, so you can stalk them and grab a sample sip of Peet’s.  There are some predetermined locations and some that are open for voting – so go and be heard!! Personally, I’d love for Peet’s Sip Truck to make a stop in Milwaukee – maybe at State Fair??? Just a suggestion….

So, what do I personally give a cup about?? Well, having been a teacher for many years, education is always an important issue for me.  I definitely think that every child deserves a quality education, regardless of where they live, how much money their family has, and what their ethnic background is.  And I also think every teacher should be provided with a lifetime supply of good coffee!! (Hey – you didn’t think I was going to be all serious did you???)

Make sure you connect with Peet’s on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to keep up on what’s new!!

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