July 20, 8:30am - 10:00am EDT. Hosted at Old School Square
part of a series on Intention
About the speaker
Sean Scott is co-founder of Subculture Coffee based in West Palm Beach, FL. His story is one of entrepreneurial perseverance; starting with a small coffee bar in a space share, with only himself working, to now helping direct operations for three retail locations with over 60 employees. Sean started his career in coffee 8 years ago for one purpose; create soul spaces that were a center for the local community, where connection, hope and communication were fostered. His coffee shops have won numerous awards including coffee shop of the year by New Times Magazine in ‘14 & '15. He is a graduate of Palm Beach Atlantic University. Sean has been married for 14 years to Natalie. They have two children, Selah (7) and Landon (4).
Subculture Coffee has been an awesome partner of CreativeMornings Palm Beach for over a year. We are thankful to have them and look forward to hearing and sharing Sean’s story with all of you.
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Discover Old School Square, a National Historic Site where beautifully restored, early 20th century school buildings serve the greater Delray Beach community and South Florida with visual and performing arts, entertainment and enrichment.
Located in the heart of downtown Delray Beach, this award-winning nationally recognized arts center successfully combined historic preservation and the arts to become the catalyst for the 1990’s renaissance of downtown Delray Beach.
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Event venue will be Crest Theatre at Old School Square in Delray. It’s the building facing Swinton Ave, just north of Atlantic Ave.
For parking use the Old School Square Parking Garage or street park.