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Heather Perry is a finalist in The Spirit Of Entrepreneurship Awards 2019

Heather Perry is a finalist in The Spirit Of Entrepreneurship Awards 2019

The Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship (IECE) at Cal State San Bernardino announced the finalists for this year's Spirit of the Entrepreneur Awards program. 33 entrepreneurs were selected from a pool of over 200 nominees. The 38 semi-finalists participated in a reception on September 25 sponsored by RP&B CPAs, where they interacted with the event judges. Immediately following the reception, the judges convened to select the finalists. The finalists for the event will compete for the Spirit of the Entrepreneur award in eleven (11) different categories at the 17th annual awards black-tie gala on November 13 at the Riverside Convention Center. Winners will be announced at the event.

Klatch Coffee Opens Its First Drive-Thru in Fontana

Klatch Coffee Opens Its First Drive-Thru in Fontana

Via- The Sun - San Bernardino Klatch Coffee, a Rancho Cucamonga roaster known for its super-high end tasting events,...The new store is at 3840 Sierra Ave., off the 15 Freeway. It is positioned to serve travelers to and from Las Vegas; Glen Helen Amphitheater 3 miles southwest; and Lytle Creek 8 miles southeast

Check Out Klatch Featured on LA Magazine!

Check Out Klatch Featured on LA Magazine!

Only 250 Cups of This Rare Coffee Will Be Sold in the U.S.—All of Them at One SoCal Cafe

Coffee hunters travel the world seeking out the most perfect beans, often grown in tiny batches in far-flung locales. One such crop, the rare Esmeralda Geisha Cañas Verdes Natural, grown only on a single hacienda in the hills of Panama, hit the market over the summer, and it broke all previous records by selling at an international auction for $601 per pound. (The previous most expensive coffee in the world was a mere $350 per pound.) Of the 100 pounds that were sold to coffee roasters around the world, only one company in the entire United States was able to secure any—SoCal’s own Klatch Coffee, which bought 11 pounds of the precious beans.

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