Cafe2U Mobile Coffee Shops Are an Oasis for Those Stuck in Coffee Desert

February 20th, 2013 by

Mobile coffee shop unlocks a huge niche by serving coffee lovers who work in isolated or busy offices

Cafe2U customer Jacob Wallace, left, poses with Eugene, Ore., franchise owner Serena Liu. Serena delivers coffee to Jacob at the car dealership where he works.

Cafe2U customer Jacob Wallace, left, poses with Eugene, Ore., franchise owner Serena Liu. Serena delivers coffee to Jacob at the car dealership where he works.

For many who look forward to a real coffee break to savor the taste and pick-me-up of an espresso, cappuccino or even a hot chocolate, the workday is a tiresome visit to a coffee desert. For millions of Americans — particularly those in small- to medium-sized businesses — it’s impossible to run out for a latté. There is simply nowhere nearby to get it.

That’s why Cafe2U’s mobile coffee shops have been welcomed in more than 200 communities world. Many office workers are often stuck with the coffee that comes from vending machines or are at the mercy of the in-house automatic drip and the often burnt brew that comes with it. With the mobile truck, owners are able to reach out to people in office parks, medical centers and construction sites who don’t have access to a café.

We bring the coffee shop to them.

The trucks are also welcome sights at a lot of banks, dental offices and car lots, just because there’s often no way for workers to get a decent cup of coffee without abandoning their post.

How good can coffee from the back of a van be? Surprisingly excellent. Cafe2U’s coffee has drawn raves in international competition. The company starts with the finest beans and uses only the best equipment, because it knows its customers expect a truly better cup of coffee.

In addition to the fabulous espresso, the coffee trucks make it convenient for busy, time-stretched professionals to grab a quick bite. Customers can purchase muffins, sandwiches, salads, and other foods with their coffee, which turns Cafe2U into the de facto cafeteria for many workplaces.

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