Coffee Gram was started in Prescott, Arizona back in 1978 by a couple of guys who needed something to do and had an idea that lives on to this day, over 35 years later. While life and times have changed, not much about Coffee Gram has changed, especially the way we do business – in a fair old-fashioned way. We still use an old printing press, maintain personal and responsive contact with our clients and businesses where Coffee Gram may be picked up bi-weekly by our loyal readers. Coffee Gram remains The MOST UNIQUE Advertising in Yavapai County Since 1978.

Our desire is to make advertising with Coffee Gram as convenient and effective as possible so we have added a web presence for your convenience.

The other side of Coffee Gram is Main Street Printing offering custom work at affordable prices from our print shop as well as fax and copy services.

 
 
Free Produce Available
Free Produce Available 3rd Weds & 4th Thursdays. Sign up 7 a.m., close 9 a.m., Cordes Community Center, 16357 S. Cordes Lakes Drive, Cordes Lakes
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928-632-9769

Guardians of the Republic...
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Jesus In Jerome
www.jeromebibleartmuseum.com
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For Sale 2bd/1ba
Cordes, Mobile, Screened-In Porch. New Paint, New Floors. On Fenced Lot. $59,500 928-848-4879
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Bulk Water Delivered
If you need water safe for drinking call Rockin R Water Deliver for fast courteous service.
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928.775.7302

The Junk Skunk
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Exercise Class
Tuesdays and Thursdays 10 a.m. - 10:45 a.m., Verde Valley Senior Center, 500 E. Cherry St., Cottonwood. 928-634-5450
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Soft Washable Blankets Needed
for newborns - 18 year olds facing difficult challenges in hospitals, shelters, or foster care. The Prescott Valley Chapter of the Binky Patrol seeks volunteers to make blankets or help with organizational needs. binkypatrol.org
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480-575-8129

One of the greatest differences between a failure and a success is that the successful person will tackle chores that the failure avoids. Work done hastily, shortcuts taken, careless attention to details–these can all eventually wreak great havoc on your career. Constantly remind yourself that if it is part of your work, however small a task it may be, then it is important. History still reminds us of ancient battles that were lost because of a missing horseshoe nail. Never neglect the little things. ~Og Mandino
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BoysToMen.org
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