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Scooter’s Espresso opens first location in Gainesville, FL

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51st and 34th Boulevard Store to celebrate with the opening week from January 11th to 15th

Jan 07, 2021 // Franchising.com // Gainesville, FL – Known for its convenient drive-through coffee specialty and baked pastries, Scooter’s Coffee has added a new location at 5006 NW 34th Boulevard in Gainesville, marking the sixth location for the brand in the state of Florida. To celebrate, the Drive-Thru Coffee location is holding a grand opening week from Monday, January 11th through Friday, January 15th. During this week, customers will receive a few fun offers:

  • 11.-12. January: USD 2 discount on each drink (maximum USD 1 per customer)
  • 13-15 January: Earn 60 bonus smiles every day on the Scooter’s Coffee mobile app when you pay or seek loyalty. Customers can collect 180 bonus smiles every day for a FREE drink!

With the app, customers get 3 “smiles” for every dollar spent. Once they reach 180 smiles they will receive a free drink. All customers start in the Scooter Doodle status level with discounts that include a free drink on their birthday and surprise rewards that are only available for the mobile app. After winning 500 smiles, customers switch to the Caramelicious® status level with additional benefits.

The Gainesville site is owned by Dhruv Narielwala. “As a dual UF graduate and coffee fanatic, I’m incredibly excited to bring Scooter’s Coffee to Gainesville!” said Narielwala. “We offer classic espresso drinks, fresh beers every day, seasonal coffee specialties and a selection of breakfast rolls and pastries with speed and unbeatable customer service. We can’t wait to serve you. Go Gators! “

To pay with the app, customers simply have to link a credit card and tap on “Pay in stores” on the home screen. Then when they want to tip, they can choose a custom amount or percentage before scanning their app. Customers also have the option of paying with cash or a gift card and still earning loyalty via the app by just using the QR code “Scan to Earn Loyalty”.

Scooter’s Coffee is a drive-through franchise that has been providing premium coffee for more than 20 years, with nearly 300 locations in 17 states across the country. With a commitment to building new stores in 24 states, the company plans to open many more locations in 2020. Its trademark is the Caramelicious®. The menu includes a range of specialty espresso drinks, one-stop coffee, fruit smoothies and Red Bull infusions, cold brew, baked pastries and hearty breakfast options. Scooter’s also recently launched its first canned ready-to-drink lattes!

Connect with Scooter’s Coffee on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and share your favorite moments by tagging @scooterscoffee with the hashtag #BeAmazing.

About Scooter’s Coffee

Scooter’s Coffee was founded in 1998 by Don and Linda Eckles in Bellevue, Nebraska, and roasts only the best coffee beans in the world at its headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska. For more than two decades, Scooter’s Coffee’s success has been simple: Remain committed to the company’s original business principles and four core values: integrity, love, humility and courage. The scooter’s coffee brand promise, which is often brought forward to franchisees, customers, and employees, is “Amazing people, amazing drinks … amazingly fast! ® “. It represents the company’s business origins dating back to 1998 and reflects the constant commitment to providing customers with an unforgettable experience for loyal and new people.

Scooter’s Coffee is at the beginning of a strategic growth phase in the Midwest and across the country. The U.S. coffee market has an estimated recession-resistant industry of $ 48 billion a year, and Scooter’s Coffee is striving to become the number 1 drive-thru coffee franchise in the country. Visit ownascooters.com to learn more about the benefits of franchising an established business.

For more information, please visit scooterscoffee.com, facebook.com/scooterscoffee, ownascooters.com or call 877-494-7004.

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