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Lindsay Lee
 
Lindsay Lee
Wholesale Customer Support
Asheville
828.216.5169

Asheville team member Lindsay Lee is all about community: She is constantly challenging her coffee-driven peers, neighbors, customers, and even friendly rivals to do better, brew better, and be better every day. She's a firm advocate of making coffee as accessible as it is delicious.

A devoted Seattle Seahawks fan, Lindsay is also known to sport the blue and silver and cheer herself hoarse, whether at a game or in front of the TV. She's also a bourbon lover (the drink, not the coffee variety—although she's fond of it as well), and can be found sipping the finest stuff in the comfort of her own downtown Asheville apartment.

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