No-frills ‘coffee shop’ keeps a java flowing
May 3, 2017 - accent chair
Joe Tennihill, Alan Coy and Rod Couts, graphic from left, suffer some prohibited java Tuesday morning in a “coffee shop” Couts has set adult nearby a front of his business, Accent Advertising Signs on a building block in downtown Maryville. Couts pronounced he non-stop a “shop” — with coffee accessible giveaway to anyone who wants a crater — as a jaunty approach to indicate out a stream miss of caffeinated libation offerings in a executive business district.
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