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Port City Java

Making Marines feel at home

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video owner finds families to host Marines for Thanksgiving & invites them to get free coffee for Veteran's Day at Port City Java. Full story...
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Families asked to host Marines for Thanksgiving dinner

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video Thanksgiving is just five weeks away. The organizers of the Marines for Thanksgiving program are asking for your help getting ready for another happy holiday for some of America's finest. Full story...
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81 families step up to host Marines at Thanksgiving

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Port City Java has enough families to host Marines for its second annual Make a Marine's Thanksgiving drive. Port City Java CEO Steve Schnitzler says all 165 Marines from Camp Lejeune will have a family to spend the day with. Full story...
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Port City Java asking families to host Marines for Thanksgiving

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video With November just around the corner, a Wilmington business is preparing to make the holidays extra sweet for those who serve our country. Port City Java is organizing the second annual Make a Marine's Thanksgiving Drive. Full story...
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Wilmington families open hearts and homes to Marines

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video Port City Java organized the event that brought more than 50 Marines into Wilmington, pairing them off with families that were grateful for their service and happy to feed a few more. Full story...
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Families sought to host Marines for Thanksgiving

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video Port City Java is organizing a Make a Marine's Thanksgiving drive. They're looking for 27 families to host two Marines each from Camp Lejeune Thanksgiving Day from 11:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. You can feed them lunch, watch some football, or do whatever your family does to celebrate the holiday. Full story...
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Port City Java is under new ownership and hopes for a fresh start

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video It'll be the same cup of joe but with a new owner. Port City Java announced Tuesday the local coffee company is changing hands. Full story...
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Port City Java sold

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Steve Schnitzler, head of PCJ Ventures LLC, says the coffee house chain was bought Feb. 1 by Black Gold Holdings LLC, which is owned by Wilmington businessman W. Cecil Worsley, III, who also owns an oil and convenience store business in the area. Full story...
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Port City Java says "bienvenido" to new customers

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video You can go into any large chain store and see products both in English and Spanish as companies all over take advantage of a large Spanish-speaking population, including Port City Java. Full story...
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Port City Java moves headquarters

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video It is one of the Cape Fear's best known businesses; tied up in legal disputes over rent Port City Java has packed up and moved. Don't worry the company did not leave Wilmington, it just moved its headquarters across town. Full story...
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Port City Java fighting to keep its headquarters

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video Wilmington's coffee shop of choice is fighting over its headquarters. Port City Java was slapped with an eviction, but the company says it paid its rent. Full story...
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Port City Java, Full Belly Project team up to help coffee bean farmers

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Two local organizations have joined forces for an international project. Port City Java has teamed up with the Full Belly Project to use their nut sheller to shell coffee beans. Full story...
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Port City Java founder allegedly using company funds for personal expenses

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Port City Java is suing Don Reynolds, his wife Denise, and a company called Don Reynolds Properties for more than $187,000. Full story...
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Port City Java founder resigns

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Wilmington-based Port City Java has some new leadership after one of the company's founders leaves the business. Full story...
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