This Pride Month, check out the Drink With Pride voucher booklet – a great way to explore and support eight LGBTQ-owned businesses one cup of coffee at at time!
Sponsored by Fulcrum Coffee and Business Impact NW, each booklet includes a voucher for a beverage at coffee shops and cafes throughout Seattle.
“Fulcrum is honored to partner with Intentionalist because of their dedication to uplifting and shedding light to the many diverse and unique small-business owners apart of the LGBTQ community in the Seattle area,” said Fulcrum Coffee co-owner and fifth generation coffee farmer, Blas Alfaro. “Partnering with companies like Intentionalist on the Drink With Pride voucher booklet allows us to support small businesses, their communities, and their dreams as entrepreneurs.”
“Business Impact NW is honored to sponsor Drink With Pride,” said Business Impact NW President and CEO, Joe Sky-Tucker. “Intentionalist’s work is more important than ever. As we move toward recovery our small businesses need your help. Spending locally means a better, more inclusive, more equitable economy.”
The Drink With Pride voucher booklet features the following LGBTQ-owned businesses:
- Cafe Argento
- Cone & Steiner – Pioneer Square
- Distant Worlds Coffeehouse
- Dough Joy
- Fulcrum Cafe
- Queen Anne Coffee Co.
- The Station
- Youngstown Coffee Company
LGBTQ-owned coffee shops have long offered places where the community can feel safe, seen, and welcome. Whether or not you’re able to visit your favorite places today, we encourage you to write a recommendation and share what makes your go-to queer-owned small business special. Be sure to explore all 30+ LGBTQ-owned coffeeshops on Intentionalist.
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Intentionalist is built on one simple idea: where we spend our money matters. We make it easy to find, learn about, and support small businesses and the diverse people behind them through everyday decisions about where we eat, drink, and shop. #SpendLikeItMatters