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Posted Sat Apr 28, 2012, 1:00am
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A Bit of an Introduction
by Jason Dominy

He's been the Chair of the Barista Guild of America, on the SCAA's Training Committee, owned two coffee shops, is the godfather of the Coffee Ambush concept and is now working at Batdorf and Bronson. Who is he? He's Jason Dominy!
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Posted Sun Apr 29, 2012, 3:25am
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What a great living experience, and enjoying every part of it.
People's lead their lives in many different paths, you choose one of most noble.
Good on you!
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Posted Sun May 13, 2012, 4:05am
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I love your story and it shows how anything is possible. Itís inspiring to read stories like yours, not just for coffee lovers but for all those who wish to start a business out there. Being passionate with what you do will surely take you places.
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Posted Tue May 29, 2012, 10:41am
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This article caught my attention when I saw the mention of B&B. Years ago I worked for a local shop that used B&B beans. They were so good! That shop has since closed and it has been some time since I have been a barista, but my passion for coffee will always remain. It was nice to read about Jason's experience and to bring back a few memories of my own.
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Posted Sun Jun 17, 2012, 5:05pm
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good job
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