On July 25, Marley Coffee, the Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee roastery, announced it’s move to our very own Highlands District (well, technically Sunnyside). The company, which also runs Jammin’ Java Inc. and newly acquired Black Rock Beverages Services (a Denver based office coffee service company) plans to move its headquarters from California to the historic Lindstrom Building, built in 1954 and located on Tejon Street. Rohan Marley, founder and chairman of Marley coffee and son of Bob Marley stated: “Denver has the pulse on the organic movement. It’s always been my vision to bring all of our people together and Denver was on the top of our list. It’s centrally located and the sustainable vibe of the city resonates with what we’re trying to achieve.” Cool- we couldn’t agree more.
Brent Toevs, Marley’s CEO is already looking to fill Denver positions: “On top of creating our corporate headquarters we are aggressively hiring to help feed our sales and innovation pipeline.” Interested in a career with Marley Coffee? The company is currently posting listings on LinkedIn and Monster.