KGW NewsChannel 8’s (NBC) did a poignant “Making a Difference” feature on us, our mission and our People With Potential. Click the link to see why, according to KGW Reporter Pat Dooris, “we serve up more than caffeine.”
Happiness is spreading fast! We were recently featured on KGW’s “Out & About with Drew Carney”. The following are a collection of the news segments for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy and we thank you for all your support.
“Happy Cup Coffee, a roasting company with a heart, is pleased to announce the winner of its inaugural “Roaster for a Day” contest.
The winner will receive a hands-on coffee roasting lesson from master roaster Trevin Miller, the chance to create their own signature coffee blend, and take home a year’s supply of fresh, sustainably sourced coffee ($750 value).”
“It’s been flying off the shelves of the city’s various Whole Foods Markets for the last few months, and its growing popularity is likely not only due to Happy Cup’s roasts, but because of its unique position as a for-profit business with a nonprofit mission.”
Read the full article: Happy Cup Wants To Be Your Morning Cup of Coffee
“If you have some of that DIY spirit inside you, or if you ever wanted to learn how to roast coffee, you have an opportunity to learn for free. Happy Cup, a new Portland coffee company, is holding a contest that sits at the intersection of Portland’s coffee culture and its DIY culture.”
Read the full article: Caffeinated PDX Article
Love coffee? Ever dream of roasting your own blend? Well don’t give up your day job just yet, because here’s a fun contest that will let you do just that—for free. Enter to win our “Roaster For the Day” contest. In addition to bragging rights, you’ll get a chance to shadow a “master roaster,” learn fun facts, create a signature blend, and take home a year’s supply of fresh, sustainably sourced coffee.
The roasting party will be planned around the winner’s schedule. Whether you want to get together during the weekday or weekend is up to you! The winner must allow at least half a day’s worth of time in order to become a true coffee roasting “master.” Travel and accommodations to Portland, Oregon are not included.
“Roaster for a Day” Contest has ended. Winner to be listed shortly.