Coventry's Esquires Coffee House owner raises money for charity
The Esquires Coffee House franchise has announced that Coventry businessman Steven Prime cycled 874 miles from John O'Groats to Land's End this summer for charity. According to the information provided, the owner of Esquires coffee house in Coventry Transport Museum pedalled 80 miles every day for ten days to raise £2,000.
The 25-year-old entrepreneur is planning to split the cash between Coventry Boys Club and Rugby's Bradby Club. Steven, who grew up in Rugby, will be adding to the £500 he has raised already at last year's Coventry Half Marathon.
He said: "I began getting more involved in charity through my business and I've been on the look-out for deserving causes which make a difference to the people that live here. Coventry Boys Club is vital to the city and does a fantastic job of giving younger people in the area something constructive to focus on."
Esquires Coffee House was founded in Canada in 1993 and entered the UK market in 2000. The company sells fairtrade certified coffees, teas and hot chocolate as well as a wide variety of food including muffins, croissants, sandwiches and salads. (kbp)
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