BIGGBY COFFEE opening in Zeeland, Michigan on February 12.

BIGGBY COFFEE COMING TO ZEELAND, MI. OPENING Feb 12. Find them at https://www.facebook.com/BiggbyZeeland

Zeeland, United States - February 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

BIGGBY COFFEE is excited to announce the opening of a new location in Zeeland, MI on Tuesday, February 12. This new location will be the first in Zeeland, and the fourth for owner/operator Mark Dykema. Grab a cup of warm coffee or a tantalizing tea latte at 501 W. Main Ave., Zeeland, Mich., 49464. https://www.facebook.com/BiggbyZeeland

With a purpose to help support people in building lives they love, BIGGBY COFFEE is thrilled to continue to spread this message through the opening of this new store in Zeeland, MI. Known for the world’s best coffee and upbeat baristas, BIGGBY COFFEE shops are unintimidating, fun, and loving. A place where coffee-lovers and coffee-novices can grab and go or sit and stay, BIGGBY COFFEE offers quick service, friendly baristas, and incredible food and beverages. https://www.facebook.com/BiggbyZeeland

As a Zeeland native and BIGGBY COFFEE fanatic, Dykema wanted to bring the brand he loves to his hometown. Located right across from the footbridge where he proposed to his wife in 2004, Dykema is excited to serve the community he loves in a place that holds a special meaning to him.

“Having been a student of Holland Christian, and Hope College, and raising my own family here, we truly love being able to serve this community with coffee, but also be a part of fundraisers and local events like Tulip Time that have had a big impact on my life. With our presence in the community hopefully we can have a lasting impact on the people in this area too,” Dykema said.

This location will feature a drive-through window, so customers can get their favorite coffee and non-coffee beverages from the comfort of their car as they’re on the go. With ready-to-drink coffee and iced coffee to-go, BIGGBY COFFEE is offering more grab-and-go products so customers can get in and out quickly as they’re on the run. BIGGBY COFFEE also features a variety of food items, like their famous Bragels (bagel sandwiches), muffins, fruit, and yogurt parfaits, so they can be a one-stop shop to get coffee and a little something to eat.

Be sure to stop in to the new Zeeland MI location and try one of the many food and beverage options and experience the one-of-a-kind service that only BIGGBY COFFEE offers. Find them at https://www.facebook.com/BiggbyZeeland

Contact Info:
Name: Mark Dykema
Organization: BIGGBY COFFEE
Address: 501 W Main Ave., Zeeland, Michigan 49464, United States
Website: https://www.facebook.com/BiggbyZeeland/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 480988

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