GOOD BREW: Owner of Koffee4U David Green was busy at Grafton’s Relay for Life PHOTO: Debrah Novak
GOOD BREW: Owner of Koffee4U David Green was busy at Grafton’s Relay for Life PHOTO: Debrah Novak

Mobile coffee business idea was brewed up after injury

LONG black, no sugar.

That's David Green's choice of java.

But he's adapting well to pouring all sorts of brews - coffees, teas and hot choccies too.

After an injury, Mr Green left his former job as a plant operator.

He went from driving trucks, graders, backhoes and excavators to pouring cuppas for customers of his newly formed business, Koffee 4U.

"I was sitting around watching the cars go by. I had to find something to do," he said.

So Mr Green and his wife Donna set about planning their mobile coffee shop.

The business made its debut at the Clarence Valley Country Muster last year, and most recently served participants at the Relay for Life in South Grafton.

"The muster was great. I'm going back again this year," he said.

Mr Green uses Byron Bay organic coffee and visits businesses to make coffee deliveries each day.

"My business is a world away from what I used to do but I'm enjoying it."

To find out more visit http://www.koffee4u.com.au.



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