Good Morning to all of our trendy coffee drinkers! How are you all doing today? Would you all mind doing something for us if you have a spare minute this weekend? Please fill out our online survey. We are trying to get to know you and your coffee routine! Thanks in advance, friends!
This past Wednesday morning, July 18, the #beanteam held our fourth event at the East Shore Athletic Club in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. Through some emails, personal meetings, and calls, Matt, the manager of East Shore Gym, and I coordinated this event. We were thinking that if people are finishing their work outs, or they need a caffeine boost to get through their fitness class, why not provide some Lowcountry Blend?
So, we provided fresh, hot samples of the Lowcountry Blend, along with lots of other Sunoco goodies in the gym lobby. We had a good number of gym-goers stop by our table, try the Lowcountry Blend, and say that the Lowcountry Blend was an excellent brew! Even the staff members of East Shore Athletic Club were big fans! The #beanteam also received multiple surveys, along with one video interview, that gave feedback on the coffee habits of the Lowcountry. All of the people who took our survey were given a “#beanteam” t-shirt to represent Sunoco and the Lowcountry Blend! This past Wednesday went very well!
East Shore Athletic Club is an excellent gym that holds premium gym equipment and a variety of classes. Zumba is one of the most fun classes you will take if you enjoy dancing! Zumba combines dances like salsa, reggae-ton, hip-hop, mambo, Bollywood, merengue, and some others. If you are interested in Zumba classes or becoming a member of ESAC, please visit their website.
Now, if you are disappointed that you missed out on this event, attend our next event this coming Friday, July 27, from 9:30-10:45am at Patriots Point with your favorite #beanteam and Lowcountry Blend! We will be teaming up with Fort Sumter Tours and Spiritline Cruises, so check out their tours!
Thanks y’all and have a relaxing weekend!
Here are some pictures from this Wednesday’s event (All photo credit to JoAnn Makiano):