Posted Wed Mar 26, 2014, 9:24pm Subject: Recruiting volunteers: CoffeeCon Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco
In the regional board I neglected to mention the other cities, so I'll toss a note here. This is less a regional meet-up for coffee geeks than an opportunity for home roasters to engage in public education. It's about introducing hundreds of people to the prospect of roasting coffee at home. We'll be handing out samples of either roasted or green beans (I think the latter will most encourage them to try it themselves, duh ;-)
Posted Tue Jan 13, 2015, 3:34pm Subject: Recruiting volunteers: CoffeeCon New York
March 7 in NY.
Sorry I've been out of the loop for the cons, WAY too busy in life. But that's good for the cons, because regional home roasters need to be doing the work -- this isn't a Chicago operation. ;-)
Indeed, if anyone's interested please contact Kevin Sinnott directly. Well, his wife: email@example.com
Kevin's not sure the venue will work for outdoor roasting, but if you want to participate then contacting him is the best way to find out of you'll get a chance to have fun demonstrating roasting for the public. All-volunteer, remember. To date, the understanding has been that the roasting beans are sponsored, electricity and tables are provided, etc. Hope this works for New York!
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