superbarista

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Monday, March 10, 2008

US News and World Report does Phoenix!

http://www.usnews.com/articles/business/small-business-entrepreneurs/2008/03/10/how-one-business-fights-the-downturn.html

8 Comments:

Anonymous Joel Libava said...

Hi Sarah,
Did you ever find out who gave your name to US News And World Report?
Joel Libava
The Franchise King Blog

10:46 PM, March 18, 2008  
Blogger Sarah Wilson-Jones said...

Joel,
Carl was actually the one who first answered the phone and I think he said it was a blogger, but I don't think he wrote the name down, because it wasn't anyone he knew. Was it you? If so, thanks a bunch! Let me know if I can ever repay the favor!

5:21 AM, March 19, 2008  
Anonymous Joel Libava said...

YES...Let's meet someday. I frequently blog from your CH and South Euclid Cafe's!
You have a nice business. YOU deserve some free PR!
Joel Libava

5:46 AM, March 19, 2008  
Blogger Sarah Wilson-Jones said...

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5:53 AM, March 19, 2008  
Anonymous Joel Libava said...

Oh Yeah...Anita Campbell over at Small Business Trends in Medina, started the ball rolling. Reporter called her.She called me.
Joel Libava

5:54 AM, March 19, 2008  
Blogger Sarah Wilson-Jones said...

Joel,
I will be around at the stores next week on Wednesday (South Euclid) and thursday (Coventry and Lee) Let me know if you'll be around!

5:56 AM, March 19, 2008  
Blogger annetron said...

Sarah,
Today I read your entire blog. All of it. Every single entry. I am a pretty fast reader, so it didn't take too long, but I just thought I'd let you know that a good bit of my night was spent on this website.
I want to move to Cleveland right now! I want to talk about latte art and why I don't tap my portafilter and how i've been to Algebra tea house and scored a 10 our of 10 on the "are you a professional barista" quiz and then kind of felt like a nerd. I want to bring my cupping journal and lots and lots of coffee and cup with you. I want to roast!
Your baristas should know that they have pretty sweet jobs. Health insurance? I'm so jealous.
Let me know if you're serious about hanging out/guest baristing/learning about roasting in Cleveland with you and your lovely crew for about a week once it gets warmer. annesque@gmail.com

So much respect,
anne from dc

11:17 PM, April 15, 2008  
Blogger Sarah Wilson-Jones said...

Anne!
For sure! Come to Cleveland! And I might try to recruit you, but I promise it'll be a low pressure sales pitch :) Thanks for your kind words, glad you enjoyed the posts.

8:14 PM, April 16, 2008  

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