Rosie the Riveter is a cultural icon of World War II, representing the women who worked in factories and shipyards during World War II, many of whom produced munitions and war supplies.
The poster, by the Pittsburgh artist J Howard Miller, depicted a wartime woman worker in a blue shirt and a red polka-dot bandanna, flexing her biceps, with the caption "We Can Do It!".
That woman was Parker Fraley.
Iron Bean Coffee Co is Co-owned and founded by Channel Brand Dedrick, the hardest working woman I know. She handles all of the equipment and packages 99% of Iron Beans Orders. She sleeps occasionally and is #FueledByRage.
Even the logo of America's Hardest Working Coffee Co is a female!
In the summer of 2017 Iron Bean fans, Marie Pavon and Danielle White, had recommended that we create both Veterans Day and Rosie Labor Day mugs.
As a USMC Veteran and Woman owned company we were all in!
As we were in our infancy though, producing them then was not in the cards.
But the #IronBeanNation grew strong.
We tapped into the skill of Joey Hetzel and here it is...
"Nori The Brewer"
Celebrating Every Hard Working American
Paying respect to Parker Fraley and all of the Nation's Hard Working Woman, we pay tribute to EVERY ONE out there, who is getting it done and NOT going gentle.
We hope that you love it as much as we do