SUBJECT: HOW KANSANS LOVE THEIR COFFEE AND THE SECRETS TO A PERFECT CUP OF JOE FROM “EXTRAORDINARY MOMMY” DANIELLE SMITH

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According to a Kelton Global national survey[1], 82% of locals in Kansas (in particular Kansas City) say that they need a good cup of Joe to start their day off right. 41% of them say that need a morning coffee more than eating breakfast! However, 1/3 of coffee brewers in Kansas (in particular Kansas City) admit that they do not use the proper amount of grounds when they make java. 53% of them are willing to give up something for a year in exchange for a self-made, perfect cup of coffee every day – including exercising (16%), dessert (15%), and an hour of sleep every night (14%)!

[1] Source: Kelton Global. Survey was conducted between October 5th and 12th, 2015 among 1,012 nationally representative Americans 18+.

SPOKESPERSON: Extraordinary Mommy Danielle Smith
Danielle Smith is a digital correspondent, host, storyteller, speaker, media trainer, vlogger and author. Her second book, Social Media Engagement for Dummies was released in June 2013. Her first book, Mom, Incorporated: A Guide to Business + Baby debuted in the Fall of 2011. In her ‘free time’, she juggles work as the founder and primary author of ExtraordinaryMommy.com andDanielleSmithMedia as well as hosting and producing her lifestyle seriesKeeping Style in Your Life, creating original video content for well known sitesBabble and SheKnows and producing Vlogging Tips for people looking to jump on camera. She also travels around the country as both a seminar and keynote speaker – hitting a wide variety of topics ranging from social media engagement to starting a business from home and the juggle of motherhood and business ownership, pursuing your passions, video and vlogging to blogger/brand relationships as well as the use of social media and the benefits of cause marketing.

An award winning former Television News Anchor and Reporter, Danielle has appeared on The CBS Early Show, CNN’s Headline News, Fox News, MSNBC, NPR, Better TV and The Daily Buzz as well as local affiliates in San Francisco, Chicago, Philadelphia, Miami, San Diego and St. Louis.

Her media and correspondent work has taken her coast-to-coast on radio and television doing as many as 27 interviews in 4 hours via satellite as well as tackling some of her favorite work: as a Red Carpet Correspondent at the Academy of Country Music Awards, the 2010 Winter Olympic Games and the 2011 NFL ProBowl on behalf of Procter & Gamble, as well as the 2011 HomeRun Derby on behalf of State Farm.

Danielle makes ‘Give Good, Get Good’ a motto she lives by – aiming to teach her children to give of themselves daily. She believes strongly in cause marketing and has worked specifically on a number of campaigns that have benefited children, the military and focused on strengthening family relationships. She has partnered with P&G, State Farm, and for a number of years has championed the Fight Against Child Hunger – working directly with Con Agra Foods and the Con Agra Foods Foundation.

On a local level, Danielle has served as the Volunteer Coordinator for the Life is Good Festival in the St. Louis area, and has also chaired and MC’d the Winter Wonderland Festival for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society.

Danielle is also a contributing author to The Internet Mommy and The Little Pink Prayer Book – a Tribute to Breast Cancer Survivors and is featured in Mom Blogging For Dummies and The Digital Mom Handbook.

Danielle Smith’s official biography is also available at www.extraordinarymommy.com/about/

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