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Entry from August 01, 2019
“Drink coffee. Do good things”

"Drink coffee and do good” is a coffee saying that has been printed on many images. “Drink Coffee. Do Good” was trademarked by Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee, with a date of first use of March 1, 2005. Drinking their coffee benefits the “Land of 1,000 Hills”—the country of Rwanda.

“Drink coffee and do good” (Drink coffee & do good") also means to get energy and then do good things. “Goals for the Day: Drink Coffee and Do Good. #coffee #CoffeeAddict #coffeejunkie” was posted on Twitter by Chris Cannon on October 9, 2016 (with a “Drink coffee & do good” image). ”‘Drink coffee and do good.’—Unknown” was posted in “49 National Coffee Day Quotes For Your Brew-tiful Pictures” by Tessas Harvey on Elite Daily on September 25, 2017.

“DRINK COFFEE. DO GOOD THINGS. REPEAT” was posted on Twitter by Hallie Von Bank on June 19, 2014. “Drink coffee. Do good things” was posted on Twitter by Peg Fitzpatrick on May 15, 2017.


Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee
ABOUT US
MORE ABOUT DRINKING COFFEE AND DOING GOOD.
WHERE THE BEAN BEGINS
It’s not just a transaction. You’re part of a community that invests in coffee farming villages to provide living wages, education, healthcare, and clean water, while celebrating the craft of specialty coffee.

19 June 2008, Atlanta (GA) Journal-Constitution, “Dining & Entertainment: WHAT’S NEW: Coffee comes with a cause: Shop to sell only brews made with Rwandan beans” by H. M. Cauley, pg. JH7: 
Most people may not imagine that their morning cup of coffee can do a good deed for a Third World country. Yet that’s the entire concept behind the Land of 1000 Hills Coffee Co. in Roswell.

The coffeehouse and dessert bar feature brews made only with beans from Rwanda, home to some of the world’s premium beans. Owner and Anglican minister Jonathan Golden discovered just how exceptional they are a few years ago when he visited an Anglican colleague working there. He asked how he and his followers at St. Peter’s Place in Roswell could help the Rwandan population. The suggestion: Buy bags of Rwandan beans.
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“The whole idea is to drink coffee, do good,” Golden said. “And once you’ve had it, you won’t go back to Starbucks’. The country has a lot of volcanic ash in the soil that creates lush growing conditions for some of the best beans in the world.”

Twitter
Chad Houck
@chadhouck
just received a shipment of vooba vooba espresso beans from http://landofathousandhillscoffee.com. Grind & brew.  drink coffee do good.
5:56 PM · Jun 20, 2008·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Debbie Schrodt
@DebbieSchrodt
I had a great gig at http://www.landofathousandhillscoffee.com last night. Their motto “Drink Coffee Do Good” helps Rwanda economically
1:48 PM · Aug 9, 2008·Twitter Web Client

Christianity Today
Alternative Capitalist: How a Coffee Business Brews Reconciliation
Why Jonathan Golden helps farmers in Rwanda.

MARK MORING| JUNE 6, 2011
As an industrial psychologist, Jonathan Golden helped companies grow stronger through team building and management training. But he wanted to do something more. When a Rwandan bishop encouraged him to help coffee farmers in Rwanda, Golden was sold. In 2006, he bought 20 bags of coffee—2,640 pounds—from Rwandan farmers. He borrowed $20,000, bought a used roaster on eBay, and began selling the coffee to church cafés. He opened a coffee shop in Roswell, Georgia, and Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Company was born.
(...)
The company is visible at Christian rock shows and conferences, where it’s known for the slogan, “Drink Coffee. Do Good.”

Business 2 Community
Top 10 Coffee Experts on Twitter
Jane Hamilton — October 21, 2011
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9. @1000HillsCoffee: This coffee company does more than just brew great coffee. Founded by Jonathan Golden in 2001, Land of a Thousand Hills gets its name from the epithet for Rwanda and is dedicated to preventing wars and genocide there by creating job opportunities that offer a fair wage and improved lifestyle. Every coffee purchased at Land of a Thousand Hills contributes toward the restoration of a normal way of life in countries like Rwanda, Haiti, Thailand and many others all over the globe. The company motto is “Drink Coffee. Do Good.”

Twitter
Joseph Moton
@coffeeusa
Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you’ve imagined! Have a great night “drink coffee and do good”
1:52 AM · Mar 27, 2012·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Hallie Von Bank
@halliecaitlin
DRINK COFFEE.
DO GOOD THINGS.
REPEAT.
5:24 PM · Jun 19, 2014·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Tim Hortons U.S.
@TimHortonsUS
“Drink coffee. Do good things. Repeat.”
8:20 AM · Jun 17, 2016·Sprout Social

Twitter
Idea Bombing Sydney
@IdeaBombingSyd
Drink coffee & do good things. Participating cafes donate $1 for each coffee sold #CafeSmart (link: http://streetsmartaustralia.org/cafesmart/) streetsmartaustralia.org/cafesmart/
Image
6:04 PM · Aug 4, 2016·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Chris Cannon
@ccannonauthor
Goals for the Day: Drink Coffee and Do Good. #coffee #CoffeeAddict #coffeejunkie
Image
8:56 AM · Oct 9, 2016·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Peg Fitzpatrick ✨
@PegFitzpatrick
Drink coffee. Do good things. ☕️😀 #Mondaymotivation
Image
7:25 AM · May 15, 2017·Sprout Social

Elite Daily
49 National Coffee Day Quotes For Your Brew-tiful Pictures
BY TESSA HARVEY
SEPT 25 2017
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12. “Drink coffee and do good.”—Unknown

Twitter
SimpletoBrew
@SimpleToBrew
Drink coffee & do good. #coffee #cafe #caffeine #coffeeaddict #coffeeoftheday #coffeelover #coffeelovers #coffeeholic #coffeelove
Image
6:00 PM · Jan 30, 2018·Hootsuite

Google Books
Title Drink Coffee And Do Good: 2019 - 2023 5 Year Monthly Calendar and Notebook 8.5x11 144 Pages
Author StudioNine Planners
Publisher Amazon Digital Services LLC - Kdp Print Us, 2019
ISBN 1094881252, 9781094881256
Length 144 pages

Eyewitness News (Houston, TX)
DRINK COFFEE, DO GOOD: Cypress coffee shop making big difference in Rwanda
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
CYPRESS, Texas (KTRK)—Within the Boardwalk at Towne Lake in Cypress, you’ll find a quaint little coffee shop that’s giving back in a big way.

Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee is on a mission by investing in coffee farming villages in Rwanda. By providing living wages, education, healthcare, and clean water. It’s a living testament to their motto, “Drink Coffee, Do Good.”

Mt. Si Coffee Roasters
50 + Awesome Coffee Quotes That Will Make Your Day
by mtsi | Mar 29, 2019 | Articles & Stories
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13. “Drink coffee and do good.”

(Trademark)
Word Mark DRINK COFFEE. DO GOOD.
Goods and Services IC 043. US 100 101. G & S: Coffee shops. FIRST USE: 20050301. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20050301
Standard Characters Claimed
Mark Drawing Code (4) STANDARD CHARACTER MARK
Trademark Search Facility Classification Code NOTATION-SYMBOLS Notation Symbols such as Non-Latin characters,punctuation and mathematical signs,zodiac signs,prescription marks
Serial Number 77380434
Filing Date January 25, 2008
Current Basis 1A
Original Filing Basis 1A
Published for Opposition June 2, 2009
Registration Number 3668238
Registration Date August 18, 2009
Owner (REGISTRANT) Golden, Jonathan D. INDIVIDUAL UNITED STATES 115 Vickery Street Roswell GEORGIA 30075
(LAST LISTED OWNER) LAND OF A THOUSAND HILLS COFFEE COMPANY CORPORATION GEORGIA 3000 Northfield Place Suite 600 ROSWELL GEORGIA 30076
Assignment Recorded ASSIGNMENT RECORDED
Attorney of Record Jay R. Hamilton
Type of Mark SERVICE MARK
Register PRINCIPAL
Affidavit Text SECT 15. SECT 8 (6-YR).
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