While I enjoy writing, I find that I rarely have the time to sit down and put fingers to keyboard. Today isn’t much different, but I wanted to update Brewsworthy followers on our latest goings-on (I’ll even explain the title of the blog).
As many of you know, we purchased Mountain’s Edge Coffee in late December last year. Since then, we have been incredibly busy and rather overwhelmed. During the acquisition, we had horrible website AND phone problems that resulted in the loss of some very valuable customers, mostly our Mountain’s Edge folks. We have come a long way since January-March of this year, reorganizing to meet the needs of all our customers, and refining and streamlining our processes to make it easier than ever to have fresh roasted coffee delivered to your door (FREE if you live in Northern Colorado).
For those of you who sought coffee elsewhere, I understand, and I want to apologize for dropping the ball. I would love for you to swing back by the website and order from us again. I guarantee that you will not be disappointed.
For those who have weathered the rough months with us, thank you. We are continuing the process of improving, and we want to do more to keep you satisfied.
As a result, we want to offer ALL our customers, old and new, 15% OFF your orders from now until September 15th. Go to www.mountainsedge.com or brewsworthy.net and use the promo code LOCO15 to receive the discount! You can use this code as often as you wish until the expiration date.
If you haven’t yet jumped away from the blog to receive the spectacular offer, I want to share something even MORE exciting to you. Over the last few months, we have been considering the idea of opening a retail location. We have invited a dear friend and “coffee legend” to join our team to make this possible. Brian Schuetz has a long history of coffee and community involvement. We have partnered with him to create a community driven coffee house where everything within it is sourced from a 20 mile radius of the shop: food, art, furniture, light fixtures, cups, plates, etc. And it ALL will be available for sale.
We want to represent the Loveland, Berthoud, Fort Collins, Windsor (and the list goes on) communities by highlighting artists and artisans from all crafts and giving them a platform to display and sell their craftsmanship. Thus the title, “A man walks into a coffee shop and buys a table.” If you believe in this idea and would like to see it happen, there are a few ways you can help out:
1. Donate/Invest. Unfortunately, every great idea requires money to get it going. Our goal with this is to allow you to have ownership in our project. Depending on your donation/investment, we will provide you a discount that will last you from a year to a lifetime. If you would like your investment returned over the course of time, we can do that, too! Go to loco.brewsworthy.net to find out more.
2. Get involved. Are you a local artist or artisan? Or do you know of any? Would you like a place to display to others the craftsmanship you have? Then partner with us. Send us a message
3. Tell others. Share our idea with others in our community. We want this to be a showcase of local people.
4. Drink more coffee. The more caffeinated you are, the more excited you’ll get about this idea!
We will continue to keep you updated on where we are with this endeavor, new products we are releasing, and community activities we are involved in.
Thanks for reading!