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Andrew Weisbecker

 
Andrew Weisbecker
Wholesale Technical Services
Durham
202.257.3332

Andrew got his coffee legs working behind the counter with some of the most creative people in the industry at Washington, DC's Peregrine Espresso.

He lives in Durham, NC, with his girlfriend and their pittbull, the Tube. He loves to cook and listen to music when he's not birding, fishing, camping, or doing something outdoors.
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We're looking for people to join our field operatives street team in North Carolina and Northern California: share your passion for coffee and to help to promote Counter Culture to grocery shoppers! Prospective team members should possess a strong enthusiasm for customer service—and a desire to...