Nearly a Dozen Coffeehouses to Participate, September 23 – October 2
BEAVERTON, Ore. (September 19, 2022) – The Washington County Visitors Association, which promotes Washington County as “Tualatin Valley,” is hosting its first-ever Coffee Week, September 23 through October 2.
Tualatin Valley Coffee Week is designed to bring attention to the region’s independent coffee shops and roasters.
Seventeen coffee shop locations (to date) are participating, and each will be showcasing a special latte or coffee drink during the week. Participating coffee shops include*:
AVA Roasteria, which has four locations in Beaverton and Hillsboro
BJ’s Coffee Company in Forest Grove
Brickhaus Coffee in Beaverton
Cornell Farm Café in Washington County
Forest Grove Coffee Co. in Forest Grove
Insomnia Coffee Co, with locations in Hillsboro, Beaverton, and Portland
Jim and Patty’s Coffee in Beaverton
Ki Coffee & Brunch in Beaverton
Lionheart Coffee Co., with two locations in Beaverton
Longbottom Coffee & Tea in Hillsboro
Piper’s Perks in Aloha
Sauvie Island Coffee in Beaverton
See See Motor Coffee Co. in Beaverton
Symphony Coffeehouse in Beaverton
Terra Coffee & Wine Bar in Tualatin
The Coffee Shop in Portland
Thornton Family Coffee Roasters in Beaverton
*Additional participating coffee shops may be added
Coffee drinkers can vote online for their favorite drinks and will be entered to win a gift card to the winning location. Additional entries will be awarded to people who submit photos on Instagram using the hashtag #tvcoffeeweek2022, and by tagging @tualatinvalley and the coffee shop’s Instagram. Three winners will be randomly selected to win a $50, $25 or $10 gift card.
ABOUT THE WASHINGTON COUNTY VISITORS ASSOCIATION:
The Washington County Visitors Association (WCVA) is the official destination marketing organization for Washington County, Oregon, promoting the county under the destination brand Tualatin Valley. The mission of the organization is to inspire individual and group consumers to visit the Tualatin Valley, making a sustained and measurable economic impact through tourism.
Oregon’s Tualatin Valley to Host First-Ever Coffee Week
ABOUT TUALATIN VALLEY:
Tualatin Valley is scenically situated between Portland and the Oregon Coast in the Pacific Northwest. The valley is the gateway to the famed Willamette Valley wine country and the Tillamook Forest, and provides an array of outdoor recreation opportunities, scenic wetlands and wildlife preserves, performing and visual arts, superb dining, and tax-free shopping. The destination’s thriving business sector includes the Nike World Headquarters, Columbia Sportswear Corporate Headquarters, Leupold & Stevens Corporate Headquarters, Intel Corporate and numerous other high-tech businesses.