Jenniffer Trinidad, far right, and Connie Krier, left – owners of PNW Coffee Co. (formerly 2 Sisters Espresso) – join Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus for a ribbon cutting Thursday at their new Auburn café by the train station. COURTESY PHOTO

Jenniffer Trinidad, far right, and Connie Krier, left – owners of PNW Coffee Co. (formerly 2 Sisters Espresso) – join Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus for a ribbon cutting Thursday at their new Auburn café by the train station. COURTESY PHOTO

PNW Coffee Co. opens second location in the Auburn area

PNW Coffee Co. has opened a café at the Auburn Station in downtown, its second location in the area.

Connie Krier and Jenniffer Trinidad – owners of PNW Coffee Co. (formerly 2 Sisters Espresso) – welcomed Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus and customers to a grand opening and ribbon cutting Thursday, May 30. The occasion served up free 12-ounce drinks, raffles and giveaways, from 4 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The PNW Coffee Co. Auburn Café is at 110 2nd St. SW, No. 130.

The company’s other established café is at 35739 W. Valley Highway S., Algona.

Learn more about the company at pnwcoffeeco.com or on Facebook.

Commuters, residents and visitors can sit, enjoy coffee and food with friends, read a book or work offsite at the newly-opened PNW Coffee Co. Auburn Café. COURTESY PHOTO

Commuters, residents and visitors can sit, enjoy coffee and food with friends, read a book or work offsite at the newly-opened PNW Coffee Co. Auburn Café. COURTESY PHOTO

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