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Bitty & Beau’s Coffee founders receive Service Equality Award

Amy and Ben Wright, founders of Bitty & Beau’s Coffee, are the recipients of the Salesforce Service Equality Award.

Bitty and Beau’s founder to speak before US Senate Committee

The shop has gotten a lot of local and national attention. Now, Founder Ben Wright is heading to Washington.

Bitty & Beau’s Coffee celebrates Charleston location opening

The cafe, located at 159 Church Street in Charleston, South Carolina, opened its doors Thursday at 10 a.m.

Bitty and Beau’s owner nominated for CNN Hero of the Year

Bitty and Beau's Coffee owner Amy Wright has been nominated for the CNN Hero of the Year award and she needs your vote to win!

Bitty & Beau’s Coffee will open Charleston location in October

Months ago, owners Amy and Ben Wright said they were heading to Charleston, but details were limited. We now know where the store will be and when it will open.

Bitty & Beau’s coffee is headed to South Carolina

Bitty & Beau's Coffee is expanding to Charleston, SC.

EXTRAORDINARY UPDATE: Organization donates to ‘Able to Work USA’

Two of our recent Extraordinary People of the Week got a nice surprise from the Wilmington Area Hospitality Association(WAHA).

EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: Ready, Willing, and Able

Sometimes it is our very own eyes that blind us. The unknown can be scary. But what if greatness, as many succesful people have said, requires risk. You know, stepping outside your comfort zone. Ben Wright took an extraordinary risk in Wilmington. He walked away from Corporate America to be part of something bigger. To get meaningful work to those who are 'Ready, Willing, and Able'.

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