Lindsay Wrege (CEO) and Michael Evans (CFO) traveled to the The University of Chicago to attend the Clinton Global Initiative on behalf of 321 Coffee.
They participated in the CGI U Exchange where they got to present about 321 Coffee and share its mission.
321 Coffee is proud to have earned $3,500 at the Lulu eGames Live. The Lulu eGames is NC State’s annual startup competition that runs through the spring semester and this year featured 178 entries. Winners were chosen by a panel of judges from two rounds of competition and selected based on combined scores from a business plan and in-person pitch.
Team members Lindsay Wrege (CEO) and Elise Romola (COO), with help from Michael Evans (CFO), placed second in the Social and Environmental Impact category, earning $3,000, and thanks to your support, earned an additional $500 as the audience's fan favorite video.
The Anna's Angels Foundation honored Lindsay Wrege (CEO) and 321 Coffee for their work in inspiring, believing, and dedication to Blending Communities.
The Deborah S. Moore awards are an annual recognition of exemplary service by NC State students and organizations. Specifically, the Outstanding Student Organization award recognizes a NC State student organization that has made a difference to NC State or the local community through service and volunteerism during the 2017-18 academic year.
The Technician, the student newspaper at NC State, interviewed the founders of 321 Coffee and are excited to share our story with the NC State Community.
Park Scholarships, centered around Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character, featured 321 Coffee in their monthly newsletter.
Kasey Harris details the development of 321 Coffee over its first year in business.