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Cameron Gatling
 
Cameron Gatling
Marketing Department
Durham
919.807.1542

Cameron is relatively new to the specialty coffee world. His experiences revolve around the consumption of brewed coffee and espresso drinks, but since his start at Counter Culture in 2013 his knowledge and skills have greatly expanded. Cameron works in Marketing and IT, helping to keep the website up-to-date, customers informed, and new coffees available.

Cameron loves to spend as much time as he can outdoors; it doesn't matter the activity, if it's outside and in nature he'll be happy. One of his favorites, though, is rock-climbing. He also takes every opportunity he can to travel; he's been to nearly 20 countries and almost all of the continental US. Cameron lives in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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