WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Caribou Espresso is open in Wisconsin Rapids.
This new location at 2820 Eighth St. S. is the company’s 30th Caribou Cabin, and it officially opened Wednesday, that includes a wander-up window and push-thru with no inside seating. The menu gives a wide range of beverages as well as foodstuff, such as breakfast sandwiches, baked merchandise and treats.
To mark the Wisconsin Rapids location’s opening, Caribou will host a weekend of celebrations starting off with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening Friday, offering a cost-free birthday cake pop with purchases while materials previous. Company will also get $1 off any big or excess-significant beverage on Friday.
The celebration will keep on by the weekend, as perfectly, with Caribou donating $1 for each transaction Saturday and Sunday to the South Wood County YMCA, supporting the YMCA’s Membership for All pricing product built to make sure anyone can afford and access the nonprofit’s facilities.
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Caribou Espresso is a Minneapolis-based enterprise that presents coffee, food and equipment at hundreds of destinations in the country. Caribou Espresso will celebrate its 30th birthday this December, but it just launched the Caribou Cabins as smaller structure places 3 years in the past.
The Wisconsin Rapids spot is open from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday via Friday, and from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. For extra facts, visit cariboucoffee.com.
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This write-up initially appeared on Wisconsin Rapids Everyday Tribune: Caribou Coffee open in Wisconsin Rapids, celebration to advantage YMCA
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