Tri-City Coffee Shops Come Together to Support Travis Jordan

Some local coffee shops are coming together this Saturday Feb. 11th to support Travis Jordan who passed away in November. Jordan was the co-owner of Rockabilly Roasting Co. in Downtown Kennewick and was what some called a Tri-Cities leader when it came to helping local business get up and running. You might of heard that Rockabilly Roasting Co. is the first Numerica Credit Union Small Business Shout Out business of 2023.

This Saturday seven local coffee companies are celebrating Community Coffee Day in memory of Jordan and will be donating a portion of their profits. Saturday’s event is one of the ways Joel Grubbs of Transient Coffee and his wife can help pay respect to a man who was a pillar of specialty coffee in the Tri-Cities.

The business below are involved in Saturday’s Community Coffee Day:

Swigg Coffee Bar at 4845 Broadmoor Blvd in Pasco

Barracuda Coffee at 2171 Van Giesen St. in Richland

Kagen Coffee & Crepes at 270 Williams Blvd. in Richland

Cafe Magnolia at 4309 W. 27th Place in Kennewick

Flying X Coffee at 3012 Road 68 in Pasco

Mama’s Java Mobile Coffee at 329 Wine Country Road

Indaba Coffee Roasters at 8530 W. Gage Blvd Suite E in Kennewick