Coffee or Die Magazine is Black Rifle Coffee Company’s online lifestyle magazine. Launched in June 2018, the magazine covers a variety of topics that generally focus on interesting people, places, or things — often going to dangerous or austere locations to report the stories you want to read.
Like the coffee BRCC produces, our team of over a dozen journalists and writers strive to publish content that is a cut above the rest, featuring stories that are thoroughly reported, professionally edited, and accompanied by quality photography and original video content.
Coffee or Die Magazine is an online lifestyle magazine that publishes premium original content that will inform or entertain readers with multimedia stories about the people, places, events, and things they find interesting.
We take communication from our readers seriously. Your email will be read by an appropriate member of the staff, but we cannot guarantee that you will receive a response due to the high volume of e-mails we receive.
If you have questions or concerns about your order or another customer service issue, please contact Black Rifle Coffee Company at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Black Rifle Coffee Co.
℅ Coffee or Die Magazine
1144 S. 500 W.
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Readers can alert Coffee or Die Magazine to any errors in news articles by emailing email@example.com.
Coffee or Die Magazine
Published since 2018 by Black Rifle Coffee Company.
Marty Skovlund, Jr., Executive Editor
Katie McCarthy, Managing Editor
George Steinwald, Creative Director
Shana McInnes, Head of Production
Paige Billings, Social Media Manager
Black Rifle Coffee Company
Evan Hafer, Chief Executive Officer
Mat Best, Chief Branding Officer
Candace Appleton-Kuntz, Chief Administrative Officer
Joe Staffel, Chief Marketing Officer
Scott Harvey, Chief Operations Officer
Mike Singleton, Chief Financial Officer
Logan Stark, Director of Content
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Unnamed Sources Policy
We always push for on-the-record sourcing to ensure accuracy and give the reader the highest degree of confidence about our work. That being said, maintaining the anonymity of sources is sometimes necessary to protect both their safety and security. According to the Coffee or Die Magazine style guide, “Sources will be allowed to use pseudonyms or go unnamed on a case by case basis. This will be the exception, not the rule. Executive editor must approve.”
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If you’re interested in writer for Coffee or Die Magazine, send your pitches to email@example.com with “story pitch” in the subject line.