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Park Brannen

 
J. Park Brannen
Regional Wholesale Sales
Atlanta
478.997.3499

Mr. Brannen is a man of many interests including but not limited to fly angling, bodybuilding, fine wine, cigars, aged spirits, University of Georgia football, and culinary arts. J. Park lives with his partner Mary and their dog, Oobee, in a well-appointed apartment in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Originally hailing from Warner Robins, GA, J. Park learned the coffee trade while attending college in Athens, GA, before moving to Brooklyn to continue his professional pursuit.

J. Park occupied several roles including barista, manager, educator, and sales professional for several specialty-coffee companies before joining the team at Counter Culture as a Customer Relations Representative. J. Park now works on the Sales team here at Counter Culture and works to build lasting partnerships with the best retail-coffee bars and restaurants in his territory.

 

 

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