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(Be) Caffeinated Announces Plans for a Fourth Chattanooga Location

Chattanooga coffee lovers rejoice as (Be) Caffeinated announces plans to open a fourth location near Warner Park, at 1263 E. 3rd St.

Owners and coffee connoisseurs, Christopher Wood and Doug Lee, met in the undergraduate program at University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, and created a business centralized around today’s fast-paced lifestyle.

The entrepreneurs have taken Chattanooga’s coffee culture by storm with locations in North Shore, Dayton Pike and on the Chattanooga State Community College campus. The new location is set to open within the next couple of months, although an exact opening date is still not set, the Times Free Press Reports.

(Be) Caffeinated provides a convenient stop to satisfy all caffeine cravings — with grab-and-go options for commuters or patio seating for those in need of a break.

The drive-through coffee shop sources many of its ingredients locally to create a home-town environment and support other local businesses.

Customers can enjoy their signature Chattahooligan, white chocolate and caramel, or the Gig City Mocha, chocolate and caramel. With options from frappes to refreshing teas, (Be) Caffeinated is a one-stop shop for any and all caffeine needs.

When customers buy from (Be) Caffeinated, they can feel good about the quality coffee and the causes they are supporting. The service-driven business works alongside Tennessee Kids Belong, Northside Neighborhood House and the Epilepsy Foundation.

The coffee shop has reached major milestones since opening its doors in 2019, including winning Startup of the Year award in 2021. With the opening of the new location (Be) Caffeinated is sure to keep Chattanooga energized and ready for the future.

Learn more about (Be) Caffeinated by visiting their website, here.

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