“Deck the Walls” At The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Support The Help Group This Holiday Season – “Deck the Walls” At The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Sherman Oaks, CA (November 23, 2010) – Beginning this Friday you can support The Help Group, the largest nonprofit organization of its kind in the United States serving children with autism and other special needs, by visiting your local The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf store to purchase one or more $1 holiday stickers during its “Deck the Walls” program. Now in its ninth year, this holiday promotion will run from November 26th through December 31st in 200 locations throughout California and the Western United States.

“We are thankful that The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf has chosen to partner with us once again in support of our efforts on behalf of the children,” said Dr. Barbara Firestone, President & CEO of The Help Group. “The magic of the holiday campaign and ‘Deck the Walls’ lasts long beyond the holiday season, helping the children fulfill their potential to lead positive, productive and rewarding lives. We are honored to be part of The Coffee & Tea Leaf family.”

One hundred percent of the holiday sticker purchases will benefit The Help Group. Another way customers can participate is by purchasing The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf’s Winter Dream Tea® and Holiday Blend Whole Bean Coffee retail products. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf will donate $1 from the sale of each of these items to The Help Group.

Mel Elias, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® President & Chief Executive Officer said ”We take great pride in the fact that the entire The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf family shares a commitment to children with special needs and to the important work of The Help Group. Giving back has always been a high priority for all of us at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.”

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