February Newsletter

For Immediate Release: February Newsletter

From Stickboy Coffee - I hope this newsletter finds everyone well.

Stickboy Coffee Race Team
I decided to do a virtual 50k fat bike race. Why not? I arrived at CCC Camp in Winona Forest. My phone said its 8 degrees. What am I doing? This is way too cold. Uncle Pat had already started the race so I took off.

I finished the race arriving back at the Mother Ship (what I named my car) to eat an enormous amount of food. In the first five minutes of finishing the race, I thought to myself that was really stupid and then it hit me and I thought to myself that was AWESOME! Congratulations to Uncle Pat on his 50k finish as well.

Stonewall 5k/10k
Last month the team was at the Stonewall 5k/10k race which is consistently one of the biggest snowshoe events in the USA, the 10,000 acres of Winona Forest is the perfect venue for this Tug Hill event.

Justin ran the 5k and took 3rd place. The rest of the team ran the 10k. Shaun took 6th place overall, Mr. Lewis took 9th place overall and 8th place in the men's category, Uncle Pat took 29th place overall and 19th place in the men's category and I took 26th place overall and 16th place in the men's category. Congratulations to everyone on their success!

Stickboy Coffee in Stores
ReCre’s Bike Studio located at 138 Court Street in Watertown, N.Y. carries everything from our Barrel Coffee to our Dark Sumatra Blend so be sure to get some soon!

This past week we made two deliveries of fresh Stickboy Coffee to Fast Eddies Cycles located at 143 George Street in Oswego, N.Y. Fast Eddie has everything from our famous Brazilian to our French Roast in stock so be sure to stop in and get some!

Stickboy Coffee Buffs
Our customized Stickboy Coffee buffs are multi-functional piece of head-wear that can also be used to protect your face or wear it as a scarf during this cold winter. Stickboy Coffee buffs are only $10!

To Inspire: Our Feel Good Story
Inspired by a woman in Michigan, Mary Kate Tischler and her 6-year-old daughter of Seaford, N.Y., set up a "Sharing Table" to help give back to their community. They collected non-perishable goods and set up a table outside their home with a sign to share that anyone passing by could take what they needed—or drop off their own pantry items.

Thank you so much for being a customer at Stickboy Coffee and I hope everyone has a great week!


Tom Hall the Stickboy behind Stickboy Coffee

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How it all started: I have been so skinny all my life that from a young age I was given the nickname "Stickboy" so it only made sense to name the company Stickboy Coffee! Established in 2012, our mission is to inspire!

Thomas Hall the Stickboy behind Stickboy Coffee
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