Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! We send wishes of joy and happiness to all of you, whether you’re celebrating turkey day or not.
We’re thankful today to all of our great partners who have helped us make Humpday a fun-day for almost a whole year of Wednesdays: we debuted Humpday Giveaway in February, and have hosted this trivia contest on out blog every Wednesday ever since! Friends like Baratza, Toddy, Coava Coffee, Espresso Parts, Prima Coffee, Visions Espresso, Third Floor Espresso, Gimme! Coffee, Bean Link, Annotated Press, Verve Coffee Roasters, Board & Bread, Behmor, Importika, and others have donated amazing prizes for us to offer up as Humpday Giveaway competition trophies.
This week, our friends at Stumptown Coffee—who have donated such amazing things as a camping coffee kit and bags of coffee—gave us a Journeyman Brew Kit to put up as the prize for this week’s Humpday Giveaway! It’s valued at $120!
Tons of you came and played for the chance to win yesterday, but there can be only one winner. (And to the rest of you, don’t worry: the four Stumptown Brew Kits are available for sale on the Stumptown website, for you to give as a gift or ask Santa for yourself!).
So enough of this chit-chat! Let’s get to the winner, right?
First let’s review our trivia question from yesterday.
QUESTION: Sam Sobolewski writes about how he loves his La Marzocco FB/80. What is the name of the cafe where Sam works, and what city is it in?
AND THE ANSWER:
Bartavelle Coffee & Wine Bar in Berkeley, California!
Great job to everyone who entered and gave the correct answer (and of course included the required information of first and last names plus country of residence)!
We put everyone who got it right in the pool, and then one winner was selected at random. This week’s winner is: CHRISTIAN OTT!!!!!
Congratulations, CHRISTIAN! We’ll be contacting you shortly by email so that you can claim your prize.
Thanks again to everyone who entered, and if you didn’t win this week, don’t fret! Next Wednesday, and another round of Humpday Giveaway, is closer than you think!