Are you a coffee content creator? When coffee news happens or a coffee event is going down, are you busy Instagramming, Facebooking, Twittering and blogging? Have we got a very special event for you.
Next week in Seattle on Friday, April 21st, Sprudge is v proud to be sponsoring the inaugural event for Coffee ON:Line, a gathering of indie coffee content creators headed by Ashley Tomlinson (The Little Black Coffee Cup) and Vania Ling (Coffee Potluck). The event is hosted at and co-sponsored by Cherry Street Public House (210 Occidental Ave S.), begins at 5:45, and is free for all to attend.
The evening is geared around an open discussion panel, and the team at Coffee ON:Line have assembled a fascinating group of content creators to sit on the dais. Panelists include Erica Brianna (@thecoffeenomad), Anna Brones (@annabrones), Brian W. Jones (@DCILY), and Bryan Schiele (@letsbrew.coffee). You can learn more about each of these accomplished guests here at the event’s official website.
Content creators are one of the primary engines helping drive coffee culture’s global growth, and here at Sprudge Media Network we believe strongly in respecting, championing, and above all paying them money for a job well done. If you dig what we publish across this network, then this is your chance to meet some of the brains behind the work—we’re thrilled to be sponsoring this event and our editorial team will be there to check out the panel and meet new writers. Come have fun, learn a thing or two from the guests and hosts, enjoy a drink with our compliments, and we’ll see you there.
Jordan Michelman is a co-founder of Sprudge. His writing has appeared in T Magazine, The New York Times, Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, and Willamette Week.