Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
"Mark brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to our company. My father's wishes were that we find a professional executive that could lead Boyer Coffee to the next level of growth. We are confident that with Mark we have found the right leader to do just that. Mark brings new energy and insights to our team and shares our passion for serving customers and developing deep and long-lasting retail relationships," said Pamela Boyer, daughter of founder William Boyer, Sr.
Prior to joining Boyer Coffee Company, Mr. Goodman served as a top executive in leading public and private companies, including private equity backed companies, such as McDonald's, Sam's Club/Wal*Mart, and Save-A-Lot.
About Boyer's Coffee Company
William Boyer, Sr. established Boyer Coffee in 1965 as a family-owned business. Soon after founding the company, he bought a vintage roaster and began making his own alterations. Boyer Sr. found that roasting in Colorado's high altitude created what he believed to be a superior flavor, which he attributed to less humidity and lower roasting temperatures. In 1976, Boyer Sr. purchased an historic schoolhouse on North Washington Street in Denver and changed the name of the company from Office Coffee to Boyer Coffee Company, Inc. Soon after, he converted the schoolhouse into a 26,000 square foot roasterie stretching nearly 2.1 acres. The schoolhouse roasterie contains the administration offices, a brewing equipment service area, a packaging facility, three roasters, a green (raw coffee) bean warehouse, and a newly-renovated store front with a community meeting area and outside patio.