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Welcome to Coffee News® Your community source for industry-exclusive advertising!

Serving Green Bay, Bellevue, DePere & Ashwaubenon since 2009.


At Coffee News® Northeast Wisconsin, our mission is to strengthen our community by promoting small and medium-sized businesses and to provide awareness to local non- and not-for-profit organizations.  Your neighborhood business NEEDS neighborhood coverage. By targeting the consumers “most likely” to use their product or service, Coffee News® empowers businesses to affordably implement consistent and repetitive advertising that yields results. Coffee News® manages to reach the highest and most potent concentration of potential customers of ANY media – for a fraction of the cost!

Coffee News® is a weekly, one-page publication, distributed free of charge, to local restaurants, coffee shops, cafeterias, hospitals, medical offices, car service centers, and anywhere else people enjoy a cup of coffee while waiting. Coffee News® is an entertaining, upbeat publication that provides patrons with a pleasant diversion while they wait. Coffee News® was designed as an alternative to expensive traditional print advertising because it provides local businesses with an inexpensive, highly effective, and a highly visible outlet for their ads.

Everything in Coffee News® is fun, entertaining, and positive – no bad news here! Filled with unusual news stories, jokes, trivia, and amazing facts, it is a big breath of FRESH AIR to millions of readers who are tired of hearing only the bad news. Coffee News® also highlights What’s Happening in your community each week.

Take a few moments to explore our site and read more about Coffee News® and its unique benefits to advertisers, restaurants, and your local community.

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