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Today Is Giving Tuesday, The Perfect Time To Buy Kitchenware From This Company That Donates Proceeds To Vets

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

The Daily Dealer has covered Willow & Everett products before, usually whenever there is a good deal on one of their kitchen products. First of all, we love the company because it makes quality items. From salt and pepper shakers to Moscow Mule mugs to coffeemakers to teapots – Willow & Everett’s stuff is primo.

But we also love them because of their bio. Willow & Everett is veteran-founded and operated, and with that spirit, they donate 10 percent of their proceeds to charities like the Wounded Warrior Project. Today is so-called “Giving Tuesday,” which means you are supposed to donate somewhere. Well, how about buying some new kitchenware, and donating 10 percent of that money to vets in the process?

Willow & Everett sells over two dozen products on Amazon. Below are a few of my favorites:

 

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Willow & Everett Cold Brew Coffee Maker — $23.99

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Willow & Everett Electric Gooseneck Kettle for Pour Over Coffee and Tea — $34.99

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Deluxe Multi-Purpose Copper Crisper Chef Pan Sheet with Non Stick Mesh Grill Crisper Tray — $23.99

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Whiskey Glass Set – Comes with Set of 4 Cubed Shaped Old Fashioned Glasses and Bonus Granite Whiskey Stones — $31.99

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Stainless Steel Wok Pan with Lid — $67.99

Cyber Monday may be over, but the deals continue through Saturday for Cyber Monday Deals Week. The Daily Dealer will continue to be your one-stop-shop for all the internet’s best offers.

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