7 Brew, the drive-thru coffee concept revolutionizing the coffee industry, recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11418 W Markham St. with the Little Rock Chamber of Commerce. Striving to serve as a strong community advocate, 7 Brew Little Rock – Markham donated $4,681 in stand and customer donations to the Immanuel Baptist Church Tornado Relief Fund.

 

“To be able to support the community in any additional capacity means everything to us, and we are honored to support the Immanuel Baptist Church Tornado Relief Fund,” said Brandon Sebald, local owner of 7 Brew Little Rock – Markham. “We’re also really excited about our fourth stand in Little Rock and the opportunity to continue serving this amazing community.”

 

Matt Hubbard, missions pastor from Immanuel Baptist Church, attended the ribbon-cutting to receive the donation from 7 Brew. 

 

“We are grateful to 7 Brew for supporting the generous volunteerism happening out of our City Center,” Hubbard said. “This ministry has been a hub for the community’s tornado response, and with this gift, we can continue providing support to the families that were devastated by the tornadoes this spring.”

 

More than your standard coffee stand, 7 Brew offers over 20,000 unique drink combinations. From the original Blondie, a caramel and vanilla breve, to 7 Energy, smoothies, shakes and teas, there is something for everyone. The brand boasts more than 75 stands across the country.

 

The new location will add 50 jobs to the Little Rock area. Those interested in joining the Brew Crew should apply at www.7brewcrew.com.

 

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