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Greenwell Farms announces ‘Island Fever’ photo contest

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Greenwell Farms kicks off its Island Fever Photo Contest by enticing winners with a free 3-month Coffee Club membership.

Coffee lovers can submit their creative images that show how much they enjoy their daily of Greenwell Farms Kona coffee. Coffee lovers have told Greenwell Farms how much they love their morning cup of Kona, now they have an opportunity to show it!

Here’s how it works: Submit a unique photo online that includes Greenwell packaging or logo and Greenwell Farms will award 2 photo winners for the most ‘unique’ photo (one for entries in August and one for entries in September).

Photos will be accepted through Sept. 30.

About Greenwell Farms Coffee Club

Customize your product selections and schedule-then begin receiving freshly roasted coffee to your residence or office automatically. There are no obligations. Plus you will receive a 10 percent discount on every purchase. Coffee club orders are subject to a minimum of 2 pounds per scheduled order and delivery frequency of every two weeks, once every month or every other month.

About Greenwell Farms

Greenwell Farms legacy began in 1850 when Henry Nicholas Greenwell left England and first set foot on the fertile soil of rural Kona. Henry spent the next 40 years farming, ranching and perfecting his Kona coffee, soon exporting it to Europe and the Americas.

In 1873, the President of the Kaiser’s Exposition awarded the Greenwell’s a “Recognition Diploma” for their Kona coffee at the World’s Fair in Vienna, Austria.

Today, Greenwell Farms is managed by fourth generation Tom Greenwell. Greenwell Farms grows its own coffee, and operates its processing and visitor attractions on just under 100 acres of the most productive land in the Kona District. The company purchases coffee cherry from more than 400 selected farmers from the Kona region.

— Find out more:
greenwellblog.com/islandfever

One Response to “Greenwell Farms announces ‘Island Fever’ photo contest”

  1. mauka pua says:

    spare me the obvious PR — there are many beautiful farms in Kona

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