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Twice Daily and White Bison celebrated its ribbon-cutting Wednesday, Sept. 25 with Madison Mayor Paul Finley, Madison Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Pam Honeycutt and President of Madison's Beautification & Tree Board Amber Braman. Twice Daily's reduced emissions program, Thrive, made a $1,000 donation to the Madison Beautification & Tree Board at the ribbon cutting event.

White Bison Coffee and Twice Daily open first Alabama location at Town Madison

MADISON – Nashville-based Tri Star Energy officially opened its newest White Bison Coffee and Twice Daily convenience store at 115 Graphics Drive in Madison, today. This is the first brand-in-brand retail location for Tri Star Energy outside of Tennessee with more to come in the Alabama market. The new concept combines convenience and quality with Twice Daily’s convenience store and White Bison Coffee’s artisan coffee beverages and fresh, handcrafted café menu.

“Whether it’s enjoying coffee with friends, grabbing food on-the-go or fueling up, White Bison Coffee and Twice Daily have you covered,” said Steve Hostetter, CEO of Tri Star Energy. “We are thrilled to bring convenience paired with quality to the people of Alabama.”

The White Bison Coffee concept offers expertly roasted, handcrafted specialty coffee drinks–– featuring single origin pour-over coffees, cold brew, nitro coffee, espresso beverages and more. Guests can also enjoy freshly baked pastries and handmade breakfast and lunch items including sandwiches, salads and Bistro snack boxes.

In addition to traditional convenience items, Twice Daily’s premium offerings range from grab-and-go snacks, including organic brands, to a selection of staple groceries. There is also a fresh deli case with handmade and healthy options featuring fruits, sandwiches, salads and snacks. Additional offerings include donuts and pastries, freshly prepared breakfast & lunch sandwiches and an extensive beer cave featuring local and craft beers.

The Madison employee roster includes Alabama locals Brad Powers, Twice Daily general manager; Kayla Hurst, White Bison Coffee manager; and Corrine Claghorn, White Bison Coffee manager in training.

For more information and ongoing updates for White Bison Coffee, visit www.WhiteBisonTN.com and follow them on FacebookInstagram and Twitter. For Twice Daily, visit www.TwiceDaily.com and follow them on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.

About White Bison Coffee

White Bison Coffee offers specialty coffee that is directly sourced and crafted with care. White Bison’s meticulously curated café menu features a range of beverages from pour-over coffee and nitro cold brew to fine hot teas and fruit smoothies. Guests can also enjoy fresh pastries and flavorful breakfast and lunch items, including sandwiches, salads and wraps. Founded in 2017, White Bison Coffee currently has nine locations in the middle Tennessee area, including a standalone location in the Nations area of Nashville.

About Twice Daily

Twice Daily is dedicated to delivering fast, friendly service, a fresh all-day menu and quality convenience products to busy people on the go. Locally owned and operated by Tri Star Energy, Twice Daily has been serving Middle Tennessee communities since 2011. Twice Daily was ranked #3 in GasBuddy’s Q2 2019 Top 101 Fuel and Convenience Brands survey.

About Tri Star Energy

Nashville, Tenn.-based Tri Star Energy is one of the Mid-South’s premier convenience retailers. Founded in 2000, the company owns and operates Twice Daily convenience stores and supplies fuel to retail dealers in Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida and Alabama. The company also owns premium coffee brand White Bison Coffee, which includes locations throughout Middle Tennessee. Tri Star Energy has been recognized as one of Nashville’s Top Workplaces by The Tennessean in 2018 and 2019 and was voted the #8 Top Private Company by the Nashville Business Journal in 2018.


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