Mermaid Cottages loves promoting our brand standards, especially since they help us support and promote so many great causes. PERC up with Mermaid Morning Bliss Coffee and you can help us support our Tybee Sea Turtles and sea turtle conservation around the world!
One of the reasons we are so happy to feature PERC coffee in our cottages is PERC’s committee to taste and quality:
“Hello to our beloved PERC Coffee Family.
We are reaching out to all of our accounts to say thanks so much for your business!
PERC Coffee was born from the desire to bring the next level of coffee culture to the people of Savannah. We are passionate about sourcing the most amazing coffees from all over the world. PERC is dedicated to maintaining the efforts of the farmers who helped get these amazing coffees to Savannah and we know you that are too.
Whether you are a coffee shop, restaurant, bar, ice cream parlor, hotel, hostel, or cupcake bakery; together we are on a mission to bring the highest quality coffee to Savannah and the southern region.
Our goal is to empower you with the tools, education, and training to create top-notch coffee programs. … read more
You can make a difference by drinking Mermaid Morning Bliss Coffee!
The sun is peeking over the horizon, dolphins are scurrying along their morning commute, and the salty sea breeze wafts over the island. Oh, what a beautiful morning for Mermaid Morning Bliss Coffee! You heard that correctly…coffee from The Mermaids! We are so excited about it because sales of our Mermaid Morning Bliss Coffee help support the Tybee Sea Turtles program!… read more
Tybee Sea Turtles are breaking records this year! Can ya dig it?
Our sea turtle mommies have been hard at work this year and so have our volunteer Turtle Spotters and Nest Sitters.
“Busy turtle night last night… Nests 3 & 4 began hatching, and we have a new nest on the island! Nest 18 was relocated to 19th street in the dune area around the bend from the hotels/condos.” – Tybee Sea Turtle Project… read more
Here’s the latest update from Turtle Tammy!
“We are on a roll. Nest #13 was found this morning. Katie found the track. Some folks witnessed the turtle nesting and left a message at the science center. It was relocated to the dunes just south of 7th Street, 120 eggs. We are one away from our record, I expect to exceed the record, of 14, by next week, maybe even this weekend. There were four other false crawls this morning found by Katie and Kevin, but only that one nest.
I gave an interview today, with WSAV. The interview was in regards to the photo that shows four guys with a loggerhead. This occurred on Pine Island, off Wassaw Island. The guys felt the turtle was stuck and decided to help her to the water. Although it is possible for a turtle to get stuck it is rare. In the interview, I made sure to tell people that if they encounter a turtle, to call the 1-800-save-me phone number. That way someone from DNR could respond and make sure the turtle is okay or needs to be rehabilitated. A stranded turtle could mean the turtle is sick, injured or incapacitated is some way. Hopefully the turtle is just fine.”
Woo hoo! Isn’t this exciting? You bet! But, please remember to always call if you think you see a sea turtle in distress. The number again is 1-800-save-me. Be sure to stop by Seaside Sisters and get your Mermaid Morning Bliss coffee. It looks like we’ll have a lot of sea turtles to support!