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Bryan Duggan
 
Bryan Duggan
Wholesale Technical Services Manager
Durham
919.349.1477

Technical services whiz Bryan Duggan is more than just a smile and a set of wrenches: Sure, he can rebuild a La Marzocco MP without breaking a sweat, but he also placed third in the 2012 Southeast Regional Brewer’s Cup competition, and is an accomplished line barista, having worked at Washington, DC’s superbusy cafe Peregrine Espresso.

Another Arsenal Football Club supporter, Bryan also loves cycling – especially Italian bicycles. He finished his first century ride last fall. He lives in the Capital City right under Howard University, and though he doesn’t currently have any pets, he hopes to one day have a little Shiba Inu partner in crime.

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