Beavercreek residents have seen different faces in a few local businesses in the last several years; Kailee White, owner of Creek Coffee, being among them. Situated in the parking lot of Skyles Well Drilling in the heart of Beavercreek, Creek Coffee has made quite a name for itself amongst the local residents and passersby since its arrival. Its customer base has rapidly grown since Creek Coffee was established in 2019 thanks to its varied beverage options, easy to access location off Beavercreek Road, and most importantly because of the company’s consistently excellent customer engagement and service with a smile.
Kailee shared with us her story: “I grew up in Beavercreek and have lived in the area my whole life! I bought the coffee shop now called Creek Coffee in October of 2019. I took a big leap of faith at 21 years old, and it was one of the best decisions I could have made for myself. Beavercreek has some of the most generous, kind hearted, caring humans, and being your local coffee shop I couldn’t have ever asked for better customers. If it wasn’t for all the amazing people in the area who support us, we wouldn’t be where we are today. We love to make everyone’s day and Creek Coffee has proven it is so much more than just a cup of coffee. I could go on for days about how much I appreciate each and everyone of you. If you haven’t tried us out yet we would love to make you something delicious and meet you! And if coffee isn’t your ‘cup of tea’ we have a wide range of other options for you!”
Creek Coffee is a beautiful representation of what our Beavercreek community is all about, and we are delighted to feature Kailee and her locally owned and operated business in our first issue back. We’re also pleased to share that Creek Coffee is a new pickup point for the Beavercreek Bulletin!
Interview by Jennifer Logan. Is there another Beavercreek resident that you’d like to see in the Spotlight? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.