How the ad-supported internet serves coffee to a larger world

Groundation Coffee Shop
North Dakota Food

Groundation Coffee Shop provides gourmet coffees, smoothies, and treats, bringing an urban feel to a rural area. I have a background in bartending, which gives me a backdrop for creating new drinks and trying new things. People notice this. Customers often remark that our coffee shop feels like a city instead of a small town. To amplify this, we use Facebook, Instagram, and Tik Tok daily. We also utilize the Clover app, where people can order and collect points. Social media has certainly driven up sales and helped us reach a larger audience. We’ve sold and shipped goods throughout the United States from right here in Hazel, North Dakota. 

Michelle Lozensky, Owner 


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