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Alpha Coffee was previously named Lock-N-Load Java. In January of 2017 we became Alpha Coffee.

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Retired Soldier Launches Coffee Business Using Skills Learned in Military

Army veteran Carl Churchill had an entrepreneurial spirit since he was a kid. He took on odd jobs, even throughout his time in the military, allowing him to flex his leadership skills. After retirement, he transitioned into a career that suffered as a result of the financial crisis hitting the country. Churchill and his wife Lori made the decision to start their own business – all in the name of a love of coffee and a desire to continue helping his brothers in arms.

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Veterans Starting Up Against the Odds | Inc.com

Carl Churchill launched Lock-n-Load Java after serving 21 years in the Army. Check out his story and the organizations helping our vetrepreneurs.

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KSL TV : Veteran supports troops with coffee, charity

COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - Talk to anyone who's served in the military overseas, and they'll tell you there's nothing better than receiving a package from home, and not just at Christmas time. A Utah veteran is sending a lot of packages to our troops - and he's doing it with the help of coffee drinkers everywhere.

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Utah veteran's company delivers java jolt to troops

"Coffee that will blow you away." That claim accompanies a skull and thunderbolt logo on Lock-n-Load Java's Web page, touting the online business's two passions: top-notch coffee and providing it and donations to the nation's military men and women who put their lives on the line.

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Utah's Lock-n-Load Java sponsoring Armed Forces Bowl

Utah-based coffee retailer Lock-n-Load Java has signed on as a sponsor for Friday's Armed Forces Bowl in Dallas, featuring the BYU Cougars against the Tulsa University Golden Hurricane. Company founder Carl Churchill is a combat veteran with 21 years of service as both an enlisted soldier and officer.

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My Husband, His Soldiers and I Review Lock-N-Load Java Military Coffee +Giveaway!

I admit I am addicted to Starbucks , and if I am not there I am at my local coffee drive in here near my home. Sure Starbucks is pretty good and sometimes (depending on whose making it) it downright sucks. I love convenience more then anything which is why I head there. I mean hell if I they had a Starbucks credit card I would be in debt.

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Field Gourmet – Lock n Load Java

It’s Monday morning and there can be few things tougher than waking up for an early formation at the beginning of the week. Our recommendation? Lock n Load Java.

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Lock-N-Load Java A Single Source Review

Working at Blackfive does have benefits. Right after getting to meet good and interesting people, the best benefit is finding good things. Those who have met me know I like good food and drink, possibly a little more than I should. Good coffee is something I appreciate, and I know others do too -…

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LocknLoad Java – “Coffee that Will Blow You Away”

Recently I was introduced to a veteran-owned company that specializes in premium coffee – Locknload Java. I am always eager to find veteran-owned sources for some of the products I use frequently and coffee just happens to be one of those things that most Joes use pretty often.

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Gun Politics Blog: Lock N Load Java

Awesome I love lock-n-load java. Go check out Four Guys Guns, MilSpec Monkey, Willy Pete Tactical Designs and Monderno. They are all great companies and most of them are Veteran owned and operated.

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Lock-N-Load Java roasts one mean bean

At DBS HQ, almost all of our work is fueled by coffee. I picked up the habit from my grandfather who taught me that black is the only way to drink a cup*. He also instilled in me the ability to largely overlook the quality of the bean, favoring quantity over quality. One on One with Lock-n-Load Java

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The Lock-n-Load Java Challenge

37 Cooks is pleased to partner with Lock-n-Load Java for our next challenge. Lock-n-Load Java is a vet owned and operated coffee company dedicated to our military, our veterans, and those who support them. They were founded in 2010 by LTC(R) Carl Churchill, a combat veteran with 21 years of service as both an enlisted soldier and officer, and by his wife, Lori Churchill, a military spouse who shared in the unique sacrifices and challenges that military families face.

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Utah’s Lock-n-Load coffee featured on national recipe blog

Utah’s Lock-n-Load Java is being featured in sweet and savory recipes on the 37 Cooks blog throughout April. The blog challenges cooks to create recipes using an ingredient or theme. The site settled on Utah’s Lock-n-Load because one of the cooks’ husbands received a care package from the coffee company while deployed in Afghanistan.

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