TeenyTinyCoffeeCompany was at Shabat services on Friday March 9, 2012 at Congregation B'nai Israel in Vallejo, CA and the coffee was consumed and enjoyed by many.
We were happy to join Roy and Sue Barash and their son Jesse for an evening celebration and Shabat and the coffee was introduced to the congregation and served fresh. Many remarked that they had never had coffee this good before. This was an important benchmark for the introduction of our FUNDRAISER season.
Fundraising Chairman, Roy Barush was responsible for TeenyTinyCoffeeCompany getting into the Syngagogue and it was also an equally important test to see how people would respond to the coffee.
"I can't be more pleased with how our coffee's were perceived and enjoyed at this event and this begins the introduction of TeenyTinyCoffeeCompany at more fundraising events this year", said Roy Barash, Fundraising Chairman.
The concept of TeenyTinyCoffeeCompany, started as an idea a year ago by Ken Graham, Video Engineer and coffee aficianado, is catching on rapidly and it seems a geometric growth progression is taking place.
"Fundraising is the natural place for coffee and our coffee's represent some of the finest organic and Fair Trade coffee's in the world and we will continue to benchmark on this level of fresh roasted and fresh served coffee", said Ken Graham after the Friday evening Shabat.
The next fundraising event that TeenyTinyCoffeeCompany will actively participate in is on March 24, 2012 at Joke Night hosted by Congregation Beth Shalom in Napa. People will have the opportunity to bid on a cupping hosted by TeenyTinyCoffeeCompany and fresh coffee will also be served.