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Bulletproof 360, makers of food and beverage items designed to fuel a healthier lifestyle, has raised $13 million in a new funding round, the Seattle-area company announced Wednesday.
The telecommunications giant is shuttering the space in the Capitol Hill neighborhood as part of plans to close 250 retail locations and lay off thousands of employees, first reported in June. The website for Ada’s Discovery Cafe, a pop-up coffee counter which operated inside The Lounge, featured a statement about its closure.
“Living in Seattle I was exposed to Starbucks, but it was nothing like what I experienced in Asmara, Eritrea,” he said. “I fell in love with coffee after a trip to my homeland in 2011. I wanted to focus on relationship building on the Mother Continent, Africa.”
“Yes, we opened hours after the stay at home order,” said Dien. “So we were worried about anybody showing up during that period of time.”
Wagar, our latest Geek of the Week, is a teacher’s assistant for AP Computer Science and CS Projects. He studies digital filmmaking and also runs his school’s virtual reality club, which he founded in 2017.
Graham is one of many cafe workers in the city whose role has significantly shifted due to COVID-19 measures, as shop owners and managers resort to serving limited takeout drinks and trying to maintain a social media presence, all at a social distance. Graham’s day-to-day now involves cooking breakfast sandwiches, serving to-go orders, and making the occasional delivery. Years in the food service industry have made him well-equipped to handle the changes, he says, though he realizes not every coffee shop may be able to adjust as Broadcast has.