At JETPUBS, caffeine is something that energizes many of our employees for the day whether it’s a plain black cup o’ joe or a warm cup of tea. While I value my time chatting with fellow employees near the coffee pot, some days I just need a pick me up. You know what I’m talking about – one of those caramel mocha frozen blenders with whipped cream and chocolate syrup that resembles more of a dessert than a cup of coffee.
To get one of these caffeine masterpieces, I usually visit Spill the Beans.* I have friends and even a relative who work at Spill the Beans, so I’m loyal. However, this past Sunday my husband handed me a gift card to the Mud House* and, since there was a Mud House near my work, he thought I might enjoy it. Boy, was he right!
I pulled up to the Mud House on Monday morning and noticed a sign out front that read “Free Shot of Espresso on Mondays.” Umm, seriously? First a free gift card and now free espresso – this was too good to be true! My gift card had just enough on it to cover my caramel mocha, and I drove away one very happy customer. When I finally sat down at my desk to devour my fabulous free find, I noted the colorful cup design and even a small bit of text that read “16 ounces of sanity.” It’s like these people knew me!
At JETPUBS, we strive to create that same experience for our customers. From customized graphics and cockpit trainers to troubleshooting technical documents and formatting, we know that no two aviation companies will have exactly the same needs. Rather than ordering something in bulk from an aviation shop, consider JETPUBS for a customized product that’s entirely your own.
My coffee experience was ultimately about the people behind it, both the creative idea people who thought up all those great extras and the helpful baristas behind the counter who actually made it. So when you have a great experience with our products, it’s not just about a great product but also about the team behind it going the extra mile.
Lauren Olson, JETPUBS Inc.*Coffee chain names have been changed to protect the awesome.