Vienna Coffee at The Regas Building closed

Watauga Coffee Company and Vienna Coffee have announced the permanent closing of the Vienna Coffee at The Regas Building.

The Pandemic’s impacts on staffing and customer traffic continue to plague businesses all over East Tennessee and Vienna Coffee says it is no exception. The business says it appreciates those who embraced our business at this location for almost four years and became part of the community in this space.

Knoxville Leadership Foundation (KLF), the owner and manager of The Regas Building, will continue to offer meeting room space for non-profits, organisations and businesses throughout the Community. Chris Martin, president of KLF, said: “Consider the Regas Building whenever you are looking for a state-of-the-art conference facility to hold your meetings. A full suite of excellent catered services will continue to be available from pre-qualified off-site vendors.”

Vienna Coffee Company will continue to operate its Wholesale business and its branded coffeehouses in Maryville, Oak Ridge and its newest location opening this month at Pellissippi State’s Hardin Valley campus. John Clark, Vienna’s president, added: “Look for exciting announcements about the new location soon. We look forward to serving the PSTCC community the same delicious coffees and Espresso beverages you’ve come to expect from us.”

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