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Feb 12 2007 - 10:20 AM
Blue State Coffee
In the most recent issue of Vanity Fair I read about Blue State Coffee. The company donates half of its profit to politically progressive organizations. Although I haven't tried the coffee yet–I ordered some on Sunday–I am quite taken by the idea. The stereotypical liberal is a Coast dweller who drinks coffee…well, why not profit off of the slight? Is there a parallel that would work in education? There is no real link between coffee and progressive politics. Is there a product that educators normally buy where the profit from those products could be used to further the consumer's educational goals?
Posted in: FYI|By: Jeff Frank|31865 Reads