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David LaMont
 
David LaMont
Regional Wholesale Sales
Atlanta
678.358.6114

In addition to spending as much time as possible geeking out over the extraction percentages of siphon pots, David is busy building new partnerships with wholesale customers in and around the greater Atlanta area. He’s been on the customer support team for Counter Culture since 2006, but before landing in the Big Peach he spent three years living in Japan, and since then has become an expert on all of Georgia’s best ramen joints. He’s also an avid gardener and used a portion of his Counter Culture Green Fund benefit to grow raised beds for the vegetables he uses in the delicious meals he loves cooking for his family.

David and his wife Cathy live with their two children, Aya and Ian, in a suburb of Atlanta called Sugar Hill – aptly named for how sweet they all are.

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