Haitian Coffee Specialists at KafePaNou.com Delight Customers with New Loyalty Program

Free coffee, shipping among rewards for redeemable points earned



MIAMI, June 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/KafePaNou.com is pleased to announce its new Loyalty Program, which offers rewards points to customers each time they purchase coffee from the website. For each dollar spent on Haitian Coffee, the customer will receive 10 points. These rewards points can be redeemed for FREE shipping or FREE coffee. Signing up is free and very simple. Each new user who creates an account at KafePaNou.com is signed up automatically while current customers are automatically enrolled.


In addition to offering numerous discounts to its customers, such as a 25% instant coupon for tweeting or “liking” their page on Facebook, the Loyalty Program is the company’s latest effort to “show some love in return to their valued customers,” says Fabien Dodard, CEO and Co-Founder of KafePaNou.com


Said customers described Haitian coffee as “absolutely delicious” (Celia P.) and “better than Jamaica’s Mountain Blue and at a fraction of the cost” (Moro B.). They’ve also reviewed the company’s service and communication as “excellent”.  In addition to getting great-tasting coffee, customers who buy from KafePaNou.com are playing a part in restoring a sustainable economy for Haiti.



“Haiti grows a truly exotic coffee,” says Dodard. “The farming methods used by Haitian farmers are very primitive…which makes the coffee that much better.”


With increased demand for Haitian coffee in the United States, Kafe Pa Nou’s founders believe that Haitian farmers and local communities will gradually rebound. Their vision is to see a strong, vibrant Haiti once again in the near future.



KafePaNou.com sells naturally organic, shade-grown Haitian coffee throughout the United States. Founded by Fabien Dodard, Jean Rene Faustin and Jean-Sebastien Dodard, Kafe Pa Nou’s mission is to support Haitian farmers and their communities by creating a higher demand for Direct Trade Haitian coffee in America.


For more information, please visit: www.kafepanou.com

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