Surprise! Keurig Celebrates New Moms at Saint Clare's for Mother's Day
New Moms at The Katena Center for Mother and Child Get Another Delivery
– A Brewer!
It’s a…! Keurig, a pioneer and leader in single-cup brewing,
is celebrating Mother’s Day by surprising new moms at
The Katena Center for Mother and Child at Saint Clare’s Hospital in Denville with a special gift. Lucky
moms who deliver a baby on Mother’s Day will not only be bringing
home their new addition, but they will also receive a congratulatory Keurig
Special Edition brewing system gift, helping them prepare for late nights
and early mornings ahead with their new babies.
Since 1998, Keurig has revolutionized the way people consume beverages,
offering consumers high-quality coffees, teas, iced beverages and specialty
drinks at the touch of a button.
Mary Saunders, holding her new son Luke (born May 6), is surprised with
a Keurig Special Edition brewing system by Matthew Miller, marketing manager
for Keurig, and Jennifer Waters, RN, MSN, operations manager for maternal
child health at Saint Clare’s.
Kristin Mattison, holding her new daughter Abigail, received a new Keurig
Special Edition brewing system, which was presented by Matthew Miller
(right), marketing manager for Keurig, and nurses and staff from Saint
Clare’s Katena Center for Mother and Child.
The nursing staff at Saint Clare’sKatena Center for Mother and Childreceived Keurig Special Edition brewing systems to offer to moms who deliver
on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 11. Pictured are (l to r): Teresa Tonzola,
RN; Lois Sackett, RN; Alane Palazzo, Shift supervisor, Matt Miller, Jenn
Waters, RN, MSN, operations manager, maternal child health, and Cheley
Vavrik, unit service coordinator.
Keurig also recognized nurses during National Nurses Week, which is being
celebrated May 6 through May 12. Matthew Miller (left), marketing manager
for Keurig, presented a variety of K-Cup packs to nurses and staff at
Saint Clare’s Katena Center for Mother and Child.