Grind Mobile Experience was once again on the ground at Markex in the Sandton Convention Centre last week, bringing a new product to the market.
"Bubble Tea is a fast growing yet very new beverage product in South Africa with multiple retail stores opening in the last year and we wanted to once again be the pioneers in bringing this product to the mobile bar industry," commented Grind Mobile MD, Vernon le Roux. "Our history of excellent service and superior product offering has differentiated us in our current offerings and our aim is to present the same quality in the Bubble Tea market," le Roux stated while serving eager attendees to Markex 2014 in Sandton last week.
Grind has already done a series of Bubble Tea bars for corporates this year and following that with over 1000 cups served at Markex 2014 they have already begun to show themselves as the brand to talk to when thinking Bubble Tea at your next event.
"We're excited to bring this product to the mobile market and are already seeing a lot of enquiries following our time at Markex, its encouraging," said le Roux.
For further information regarding Grind Mobile Experience or their offerings in the coffee, smoothies and Bubble Tea mobile bar range please contact:
Grind Mobile Coffee offers fully mobile, stylish coffee bars, manned by professional baristas available for any event. Its coffee bars offer branding opportunities and are individually customised for each client.
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