Keurig Debuts College Brewers

The collegiate collection of Keurig Mini Plus brewersThe collegiate collection of Keurig Mini Plus brewers

WATERBURY, Vt.-The Keurig brand of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) has launched a line of college-branded Keurig K-Cup Mini Plus brewers.

The collection encompasses brewers with decals from a number of NCAA Division colleges, including the University of Arizona, the University of Arkansas, the University of Florida, the University of Georgia, the University of Miami (Fla.), the University of Mississippi, the University of Nebraska, Rutgers University, the University of Texas and Washington State University. GMCR Senior Vice President of Marketing Dwight Brown described the collection as "a fun, creative way to allow passionate Keurig consumers to showcase their school spirit while enjoying the great variety of Keurig brewed beverage."

The Mini Plus college brewer comes in three color options: black, white or platinum. The decals are also available separately and can be applied to any Keurig Mini Plus brewer. Both the decaled brewers and the decals are available exclusively on keurig.com/college.

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