Door County Coffee & Tea—a thriving coffee powerhouse situated in a tiny Wisconsin village
Correspondent Tom Wilmer visits with Vicki Wilson, President of Door County Coffee & Tea in Carlsville, Wisconsin, Six miles north of Sturgeon Bay.
Ms. Wilson shares fascinating tales of how the small town coffee company grew over the past 28 years to become a major distributor of coffee throughout Wisconsin, and beyond. Jon Jarosh with Destination Door County follows Wilson’s story with insights about the thriving family business.
With more than 40,000 square feet of production space behind their retail shop, the company keeps 70 employees busy full time—and a UPS truck pulling in daily to pick up another tractor & trailer load of coffee.
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