Mon, May 20, 2024

7 Brew Coffee celebrates 7 years with special offers

The drive-thru coffee concept with two Augusta locations started their birthday celebration on Valentine’s Day, because who doesn’t love coffee? Yet another reason to celebrate, 7 Brew is quickly approaching its 200th location, doubling its presence nationwide since June 2023.

“The explosive growth we’ve seen since our founding shows that cultivating kindness and offering a stellar product can bring a brand to the next level,” said CeCe LaBorde, president of 7 Brew corporate locations. “We wanted to take this birthday to celebrate our customers who have embraced 7 Brew wholeheartedly.”

You can still get in on the 7 Brew ‘spread the love’ giveaways tomorrow, Saturday, February 17, from 7 Brew in Augusta at 2915 Peach Orchard Road or at 105 Charlestowne Way.

  • National Random Acts of Kindness Day. Customers can enjoy a free Cultivate Kindness sticker with a purchase and you could receive random free drink opportunities throughout the day.
  • Customers can add a birthday sprinkle topping to any drink

7 Brew was born in Rogers, Ark. in 2017 with seven original coffee-based drinks. The brand now offers more than 20,000 unique drink combinations, including non-caffeinated, milk alternatives, and kids’ options.

This birthday falls quickly on the heels of 7 Days of 7 Brew, the brand’s successful inaugural system-wide activation in which, among other promotions, their coffee stands across the country fundraised for local Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) hospitals to spread holiday cheer. 7 Brew raised more than $100,793 in 2023 for the CMN Foundation.

The brand anticipates further growth, with plans to extend its presence in Virginia, Ohio, Tennessee, Louisiana, Florida, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah.

For more information, visit and follow 7 Brew on Instagram (@7brewcoffee), TikTok (@7brewcoffee), Facebook ( and Twitter (@7BrewCoffee).

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