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Ralph’s Coffee truck is traveling around to several New York City hospitals to provide complimentary La Colombe coffee and baked goods to hospital workers as a gesture of the company’s gratitude for their service.
For the campaign, Zoom Buffalo and local ad agency ‘Of the Sea’ created a print that features illustrations of cups from dozens of Buffalo coffee shops. For a donation of $25, people can get a copy of the print and choose from which shop they’d like to donate coffee for frontline workers.
After more than 16 years, Ithaca-based coffee roaster Gimme Coffee is permanently closing its two NYC shops, the company announced on Instagram.
Caffeinating the city that never sleeps, even while it’s on “PAUSE”, is a calling of both passion and economic necessity. As the city shutters and shudders and continually adjusts in response to the fast-growing outbreak of COVID-19, coffee businesses throughout the boroughs have worked to find the solutions right for them and their employees.
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