MIAMI, April 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via OTC PR WIRE-- Grand Havana, Inc. (OTC MARKETS:GHAV) has launched a new national advertising campaign titled Grand Havana Coffee, “IT’S SO MIAMI." Through a strategic partnership with The Movie Studio, Inc. (MVES) www.themoviestudio.com , The Company has just completed a fifteen (15) second social media commercial for association with the Movie Studio. The initial campaign is a comedic movie set where movie star EXCELINA enjoys her cup of Grand Havana coffee and features Debra Cohen from the movie and Muhammad Ali Jr. using the tag line that made his father one of the greatest athletes of this century. “I’m The Greatest” and calling Grand Havana coffee “It’s the Greatest.” Mr. Bustelo representing Grand Havana featuring our new national slogan “IT’S SO MIAMI”.
In addition, The Movie Studio completed an additional commercial spot for Grand Havana starring EXCELINA for mainstream brand association of Grand Havana Coffee. The new TV ads can be found at YouTube.com/Grand Havana “IT’S SO MIAMI.” All of the print and TV ads can be found in the advertising section of www.grandhavanacoffee.com
About Grand Havana Coffee Company
Grand HAVANA Coffee is a Miami-based specialty coffee retailer and wholesaler. GH specializes in the small-batch roasting of Cuban style espresso coffee beans, masterfully blended by legendary roaster, Luis Bustelo, the original master blender of the Cuban espresso. The company focuses on taking the product mainstream following the massive popular demand for our specialized roasting blend, with over 3.5 million cups of espresso served.
Grand Havana Coffee is the consumer’s brand of choice for delving into the essence, allure and nostalgia of old HAVANA, with all its coffee products roasted and packaged in Miami, Florida USA.
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Robert Rico, CEO
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