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The Coffee Club Celebrates Milestone in Tauranga

The Coffee Club Celebrates Milestone in Tauranga with 60th Store Opening.

Tauranga Crossing welcomed The Coffee Club’s 60th café last Thursday 20th October. The brand new shopping centre, which opened its doors last month, continues to introduce new stores that reflect the relaxed lifestyle that comes with living in the Bay of Plenty.

The 60th café represents a major milestone for a brand that opened its first store in 2005. Since then, The Coffee Club has gone on to become one of the fastest growing and most successful brands in the country.

Brothers Harj and Sukhdev Singh are the owners of this latest location. They’re both looking forward to their café being a part of the new development. “Every time we went into The Coffee Club we liked the environment, the menu and how popular they were,” says Harj. “We’re really excited to be bringing that to Tauranga Crossing. We want to give people a chance to relax and take it in and create a nice family friendly place.”

“We’ve hired a fantastic team of people. They’ve got a lot of experience, which is important, as we want to deliver the great service that The Coffee Club is known for. Especially, as we’re the 60th store. It’s an honour to be part of such an achievement,” adds Sukhdev.

The Coffee Club directors, Brad Jacobs and Andy Lucas, are thrilled to see the brand they introduced to New Zealand continue to thrive and grow.

“We take a lot of pride in how we’ve grown, but that’s down to having skilled, passionate people on board and making sure that we’re in the right locations. Tauranga Crossing is a really nice development for the area and one that fits our ethos of having a relaxing time and enjoying yourself,” says Brad Jacobs.

The Coffee Club Tauranga Crossing is located at 1-5 Taurikura Drive, Tauriko, Tauranga. It is open from 7am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 7am to 5.30pm weekends.

The Coffee Club opened its first store in New Zealand in 2005, and has grown rapidly, since then, opening new stores all over New Zealand. The Coffee Club now have 60 cafes and restaurants in New Zealand with 4 located in the Tauranga region.


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