In our last post, you met Billy, Founder of Righteous Brothers Coffee Roasters (RBCR) and partner with DISTRICT Roasters. Mark and Billy went to the same high school and stayed connected through social media. Through that, we were introduced to what Billy was up to with RBCR and DISTRICT (as well as his killer fashion). Over Thanksgiving, we were able to meet up with Billy to hear more about his involvement these roasters, as well as his insider information on some of the upcoming transformations of Old Town Tomball.
About Righteous Brothers Coffee Roasters:
A curiosity for coffee roasting led to the birth of a start up business. RBCR was founded in my kitchen in the Summer of 2013. We quickly discovered our passion for coffee fostered conversations that birthed a community of local artisans and makers who have a shared appreciation for both craft and culinary.
About DISTRICT Roasters:
In 2014 we were approached by DISTRICT Roasters with an opportunity to partner in taking Coffee on Mission. DISTRICT Roasters was formed that year by a small team of people dedicated to seeing the elimination of economic, physical, and spiritual poverty. To see freedom restored to those that live under the tyranny of economic, physical, or spiritual slavery. We extract great, unique coffees to western markets and redirect profit back to the same farmers who cultivated the coffee. Our customers get the very best coffee and, with every sip, directly reinvest at the source. Our customers help farmers, their families, and their communities taste freedom from the cycle of economic, physical, and spiritual poverty and enslavement. People who are concious about helping good causes, but who also love a good cup of Joe, may want to check out the JUST LOVE COFFEE CAFE WEBSITE to see the good work going on over there that is benefiting various charities across the company’s franchises.