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Office Coffee Service - Guadalupe

Guadalupe, California - Office Coffee Service


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Find the best super-automatic espresso machines in Guadalupe, California. Espresso-Etc! is an office coffee delivery service—fast, friendly and efficient. We bring the best coffee services to hospitality, convenience stores, healthcare, car dealerships, agriculture, legal firms, accounting, industrial, technology—large and small businesses. Contact us today for a customized office coffee service demonstration and free trial.


We provide everything for your Guadalupe office coffee service, breakroom supplies, and beyond, including over 30,000 products. The Aroma coffee makers are the most technologically advanced super-automatic espresso machines for the finest in gourmet coffee, just like your favorite coffee shop without leaving your office. In addition, we can supply all of your central service and office supplies at prices guranteed to beat whatever you are paying now. Call for a demonstration and free trial of our amazing coffee services.

Espresso-Etc! is an office coffee delivery service, offering fast, friendly and efficient service to Guadalupe, California: hospitality, convenience, health, agriculture, legal, accounting, industrial, medical, and technology - large and small businesses. Contact us today for a customized office coffee demonstration and free trial. In addition to servicing Guadalupe, we also provide office coffee delivery to the locations listed below. We provide everything - coffee, machines, water, supplies and more, with fast, friendly, efficient service.

Coffee in the workplace is one of the least expensive benefits a company can offer, but also one of the most appreciated. Providing coffee service for your office is a very welcome bonus. Employees, clients, and customers - every person will enjoy and benefit from office coffee service in Guadalupe, California.

Guadalupe is a small city located in Santa Barbara County, California. According to the U.S. Census of 2010, the city has a population of 7,080. Guadalupe is economically and socially tied to the city of Santa Maria, which is about ten miles to the east. It is located on Highway 1 immediately south of the Santa Maria River, and five miles east of the Pacific Ocean. The first European land exploration of Alta California, the Spanish PortolĂ  expedition, camped near today's Guadalupe on September 1, 1769. Franciscan missionary and expedition member Juan Crespi noted in his diary that they found "a very large lake". The lake has since mostly filled in, leaving a low-lying plain traversed by the Santa Maria River and several tributaries. When Mission La Purisima was established in 1787, the area became part of the mission's pasture land. In 1840, following secularization of the mission, the area became part of the Rancho Guadalupe land grant. Rancho Guadalupe was settled by pioneers of many unique backgrounds, such as European, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, and Mexican. The small town was incorporated as the city of Guadalupe on May 19, 1946. The city name honors Our Lady of Guadalupe, the title given to the Virgin Mary.

Some of our fun facts about this area were sourced from Wikipedia