Heine Brothers’ Opening Two New Locations This Fall
Locally-owned fair trade and organic roaster to open in New Albany and the Outer Loop
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – (August 7, 2018)—Heine Brothers’ Coffee, Louisville’s original fair trade and organic coffee roaster, announced today that it will open two new locations this fall, 410 W. Daisy Lane and State Street in New Albany, IN and 3541 Outer Loop, just off I-65 in the Okolona neighborhood.
“We’ve had requests for years to open new coffee shop locations throughout the region, and we’re excited to bring Heine Brothers’ to both New Albany and Okolona.” said Heine Brothers’ Co-founder and President, Mike Mays. “Heine Brothers’ shops are places to relax or recharge, to share ideas and conversation, and to connect. We’re excited to bring that to these well-established neighborhoods.”
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Heine Brothers’ partners with FEAT of Louisville in their Autism Friendly Business Initiative
Louisville, KY – June 25, 2018 Heine Brothers’ and Vint has partnered with FEAT of Louisville Autism Friendly Business” FREE Training & Certification Program which focuses on training local businesses in Autism Awareness, Acceptance, and Understanding. Heine Brothers’ have trained their staff in all 15 Louisville area locations including their newest location in the Omni.
“With the rate of autism rising and currently affecting 1 in 59 children (I in 42 boys), the Autism Friendly Business Initiative not only encourages inclusion in our community, it offers local businesses a simple online training for their staff to effectively accommodate the needs of the growing and underserved autism population,” said Deborah Morton, Executive Director of FEAT of Louisville.
In 2012, Mayor Greg Fischer knighted Louisville as an “Autism Friendly City.” At that same time, FEAT spearheaded a local working group of autism provides called the Autism Friendly Community. Their goal was to fill gaps that existed in our community.
“It is important to invest in our community and customers. At the heart of what we do, we try to make sure we are respectful to all customers. This certification has given us more tools, resources, and options to be able to service our customers in a compassionate environment.” Toni McDowell, Operations Manager at Heine Brothers’.
It’s our goal through the Autism Friendly Business Initiative to truly create an Autism Friendly City right here in the HEART of Kentuckiana. For more information, contact FEAT of Louisville or visit autismfriendlycommunity.com.
ABOUT FAMILIES for EFFECTIVE AUTISM TREATMENT (FEAT) of Louisville
Founded in 1999 and based in Louisville, Kentucky, FEAT of Louisville exists to help ease the journey for children and families with Autism through ongoing support, education, programs, and resources. Autism is a complex neurological disorder that typically surfaces prior to age three. Affected children generally lack appropriate social engagement, have significant communication impairments, and often demonstrate repetitive behaviors due to sensory dysfunction.
FEAT of Louisville partners with the community to provide programs for children with autism, including the Endeavor Program, a specialized preschool program for children with autism, Get Your FEAT Wet therapeutic swim program, and the Dreams in Motion summer camp which offers structured activities and social interaction.
As a future Forensic Anthropologist, Cassidy might just be the most interesting person in the room! Make sure you ask her about her plans to dig-up a seventeenth century Polish grave site this summer as a part of her field study.
As her co-worker Hayley says, “She’s super cool to work with, extremely dedicated to her studies, and has the most wicked sense of humor out of all the baristas here.”
Which location do you work at?
How long have you been working at HB?
It’ll be a year in this month
When you’re not working at HB, where are we most likely to find you?
When it’s warm I spend just about all of my time at the dog park. Wherever you find me, I’m definitely studying or reading. I do fun things too, I swear. I just turned 21 so I’m getting to experience that part of Louisville now.