Coffee, Community, and Commitment
We’ve been making coffee for the people of Longmont for more than a year now, and we’ve gotten to know a lot of you over the thousands of three-minute transactions we’ve performed. We’ve met your kids and pets, heard your stories of old times and your dreams for new ones, and we’ve found that friendships can exist in the amount of time it takes for us to pour coffee. (And we’re pretty darn fast).
The time we’ve been here is nothing compared to some –we know some of you have lived here for longer than some of us have been alive– but the warmth and welcome of the community makes our newness feel like nothing.
That’s what brought us to Longmont. It’s why we wake up at 4:30am to make coffee for those of you that we see before the sun. It’s why we smile when you walk in the door, listen to your stories, and offer our own.
Longmont’s sense of community is unlike anything you’ll find anywhere else, and we couldn’t be happier to be a part of it, and to help it grow and evolve in any way that we can.
It’s why we host a monthly Coffee with Council meeting that connects Longmont citizens with the city council. It provides a time and space for ideas and discussion, and it helps to cultivate the feeling of community. There’s nothing like sharing a cup of coffee with The Mayor to realize that we’re all parts of one big group.
We open up our stage to local musicians, and our walls to local artists. Our list of performers ranges from local amateurs to touring professionals. The art on our walls has been by masters who have spent their lives on their work, and by beginners who are only just starting to find their art. We love that downtown has a thriving art scene, and we want to do our part to support it.
We believe in the community, and we will do nearly anything to support it. That is our commitment to all of you.
You are our neighbors and friends, and we can’t imagine any better of either.
Let’s keep this community going strong. We’ll bring the coffee.