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Nathan Hollis Brown
 
Nathan Brown
Marketing Department
Durham
919.696.3197

You wouldn’t be reading these biographies without Nathan, who heads up Counter Culture’s marketing department. Besides working on this lovely website, Nathan also handles e-commerce, social media, and other forms of internet-based communications that bring together coffee-driven people from all over the world. His passion for coffee emerged from dormancy with his job at Counter Culture, but since joining the family he has taken every class, cupped every coffee, and planned to read every book about the stuff that he can get his hands on.

He and his special lady friend, Elizabeth, garden, cook, and band-practice in Hillsborough, NC, alongside their sweet pitbull, Lucy.

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