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PJ’s Coffee to open Madison location Aug. 1

New Orleans-born coffeehouse to hire up to 15 baristas ahead of Aug. 1 opening

MADISON – PJ’s Coffee is getting ready to open its highly anticapted Madison location in a couple of weeks.

Located at 243 Browns Ferry Road, Ste. 101, the new 1,800-square-foot coffeehouse is slated to open on Aug. 1. Madison’s first PJ’s Coffee will serve a wide variety of hot, iced and frozen coffee beverages, as well as organic tea and fresh breakfast pastries, including its hot and billowy, house-made beignets.

In preparation for its soft opening next month, PJ’s Coffee is seeking up to 15 local baristas to help serve its superior roasts with genuine hospitality. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at pjscoffee.com/careers.

“We’re excited to find new team members to join the PJ’s Coffee family and help us serve delicious roasts inspired by the French Quarter to the Madison community,” said Franchisee Vishwa Parikh, who co-owns the local coffeehouse with her husband Bijal Parikh and business partners Khushbu and Jay Patel. “PJ’s prides itself in the warmth and craftsmanship that goes into each drink, and we need talented, dedicated baristas to help us achieve that. We can’t wait to get our team ready to open our doors in August!”

About PJ’s Coffee

Phyllis Jordan, a pioneer in the coffee industry, founded PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans in 1978. In 2008, the company was purchased by New Orleans natives and brothers, Paul, Steven, and Scott Ballard. PJ’s Coffee serves a wide variety of hot, iced and frozen coffee beverages using only the top 1% of Arabica beans, as well as organic tea and fresh breakfast pastries. PJ’s has more than 145 operating stores, including four international locations. For more information, visit pjscoffee.com or follow PJ’s Coffee on FacebookInstagram or Twitter.

 

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