We’ve got a great prize for SLC coffee lovers, especially those of you who work in the downtown area. Mojo Fly Thru Coffee have generously given us a great prize to promote their new business – enough free coffee to make starting your working for a couple weeks a breeze!*.
Mojo are a drive through coffee operation located on 435 South and 400 West in downtown SLC – perfectly placed for downtown workers to grab that jolt of energy on their morning commute. And what a selection of delicious choices too! Choose from familiar favorites such as Latte and Americano through a range of hot and cold specialties like the Savior (Caramel Chai Latte); click the image to the left for the full larger menu.
You might recognize the folks behind Mojo, who are the same friendly faces behind the former Caffe Expresso drive through business on 2100 South in Sugarhouse. Mojo’s coffee is roasted by Rimini, another excellent locally owned business, roasting coffee in downtown Salt Lake City, since 1992.
Entering the competition couldn’t be simpler. All you need to do is leave a comment below this post and let us know: ‘what makes the perfect start to your day, and gets you firing on all cylinders’. We will pick a winner randomly from the entries in two weeks time (May 29th). * free coffee for two weeks given as $50 in gift cards to Mojo Cofee.
Mojo Fly Thru Coffee
435 S. 400 W. Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
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