Local coffee shop owner fuels frontline COVID-19 workers

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WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Eight years ago, Andrew Gough founded Reverie Coffee Roasters to fuel Wichitans with caffeine.

Today, he’s doing more than just that.

While getting his second vaccination for COVID-19, he noticed insufficient coffee services for all the volunteers and knew he wanted to do something about it.

He decided to have his company support a dollar-to-dollar approach to help pay for the costs of providing coffee to frontline workers.

“I kind of like to think of it was a win, win, win situation,” said Gough. “We keep our people occupied, and we’re getting paid for the time we do, we offer a discount to make our dollars go farther and the community gets to do their part in helping, say, in a lot of ways, thank you to these workers that put in countless hours to help, you know, ensure that everybody has access to this really important vaccination.” 

To donate to the cause, you can go here.

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