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Unbelievable Business!

Published on 1/16/2016
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   Yup, like the title states, Unbelievable Business!  I am wintering in Arizona and see a lot of things we don't see in Washington.  All I can say is Unbelievable their desire for Dutch Bros. Coffee here.  Plus customers don't mind the wait.  Cars are lined up like crazy..and the lines are long.  

   I first noticed this while driving by on the local road near by.  The cars where lined up and I noticed peoples taking orders from cars waiting to reach the delivery window.  While driving by severals times it seemed to never change...Cars, cars and more everday.

   Well, I finally decided to investigate this and to my surprise there was even lines of people lined up at the window too.  So, I joined in the line to order a cup of coffee too.  To my surprise customers said this was a slow day.  Wow, what's it like when it's busy!

   I asked people what was the great desire for Dutch Bros Coffee?  They stated flavor, choices, pastry and coffee beans for the house.  The average drink runs about $4.25 or so and they're willing to pay for it.  Also, wait time usually between 15 to 30 minutes but worth it..talk about faithful. 

    Next time you happen to visit California, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Colorado or Idaho keep your eye out for your coffee stop!

   Don't we all wished we had dedicated and faithful people like that for our business dealings.  

   I'll try and do a follow up on this interesting story.

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