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Kaladi Brothers Coffee Introduces Team Spirit Seawolf Blend

Mar 19, 2019 | Education, News, Retail

Portion of proceeds to benefit UAA Athletics

UAA Athletic Director Greg Myford and UAA’s official mascot, Spirit, show off Kaladi’s latest Team Spirit Seawolf Blend.

Kaladi Brothers Coffee

Courtesy of Kaladi Brothers Coffee

ANCHORAGE—Starting Friday, March 15th all Kaladi Brothers Cafés in Alaska began selling the new Team Spirit Seawolf Blend. The bright yellow one-pound bags of coffee feature a throwback school folder inspired design that highlights UAA sports programs that have long inspired young local athletes and entertained our community. The Team Spirit Seawolf Blend is locally roasted and distributed by Kaladi Brothers Coffee. This high-energy blend was designed to fuel an active lifestyle: featuring an ultra-bold and dark-roast profile. By purchasing the new blend, customers will be contributing to the UAA Athletics Department to support existing programs, and further athletic endeavors for individuals and teams competing at UAA.

“We are always delighted to see the community participate in support of a great cause,” said Tim Gravel, Kaladi President/Owner, and UAA Alum.

“Both UAA and Kaladi Brothers are Anchorage institutions. We both serve thousands of Alaskans every day. We’re grateful to Kaladi Brothers for featuring our UAA Athletics program in such a creative, visible way. The launch of Team Spirit Seawolf Blend gives our fans a new way to enjoy Kaladi Brothers coffee while supporting UAA Athletics. That’s a winner,” said Greg Myford, UAA Director of Athletics.

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