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June 11 - Rise Biscuits Donuts To Offer Free Coffee Thursday June 14

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Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

June 11, 2018 - Rise Biscuits Donuts, Durham, NC’s award-winning concept featuring both sweet and savory breakfast and lunch options, today announced that it has entered into a new partnership with Counter Culture Coffee and will be offering its specialty coffee in all seventeen Rise stores from Maryland to Texas. The public is invited to try the coffee for free on Thursday June 14 at all Rise locations, no purchase necessary. Rise Savannah is located at 10 W Broughton St. Downtown and is open 7 a.m. -2 p.m. daily.
 
“We’re excited to bring Counter Culture to our stores and customers,” said Rise Biscuits Donuts VP of Operations Ken Priest. “They’ve earned an incredible national reputation through their commitment to quality coffee, education and customer service. Like Rise, they have Durham roots and are reaching coast to coast."
 
Rise will be serving Big Trouble and Slow Motion, two of Counter Culture’s best selling coffees. Big Trouble offers chocolate, nutty, caramel flavors coffee drinkers know and love and Slow Motion is an organic small-batch decaf with smooth cocoa and molasses characteristics. In addition to supplying Rise with product, Counter Culture offers training services and equipment to ensure the very best coffee experience.
 
"We're excited to partner with Rise,” said Brett Smith, Counter Culture Coffee Founder and President. “Its commitment to quality and pushing potential in all aspects of its business aligns well with Counter Culture's vision and values. We look forward to continuing to celebrate the success of Rise as it expands across the country."
 
Rise will offer free coffee at all seventeen locations on Thursday, June 14. For Rise store locations and hours, please visit www.risebiscuitsdonuts.com.

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