After opening their first stand in 2017 in a gas station parking lot, Lewis County Coffee Company co-owners Sam Styger and Angie Twining weren’t expecting their brand to explode the way it has.
Now, just a few years later, the company has opened six stands located everywhere from Providence Centralia Hospital to Chehalis to the Spiffy’s parking lot.
On Friday, the company celebrated the grand opening of a new stand on Jackson Highway in Chehalis, where Larsen Music used to be. The new site was originally purchased in 2017, but the owners were delayed as other business offers popped up.
“We’re super excited,” Styger said at the ceremony. “Stay tuned to our social media because next week we’ll launch all the holiday swag.”
In a recent conversation with The Chronicle, Styger thanked everyone involved in the company’s work, including builders, city employees, the health department and “everybody else who helped us get this far.”
The company also does coffee deliveries out of its headquarters in the building just south of the Jackson Highway stand.
Visit www.lewiscountycoffee.com for more information or to set up a coffee delivery.