The Pink Lady has been hitting the streets of Bakersfield since late March 2020. The response from the community has been great. Loyal fans and new customers have followed @thepinklday661 on Instagram and Covenant Coffee and Covenant Community Services on Facebook to find out her daily route. Onboard the Pink Lady, is our wonderful coffee team led by Zach Martin as Director of Coffee, Balinda Amavisca as Lead Barista and Manager, and Shelby Woolley as Social Media and Route Guru.
What people are saying about the Pink Lady
“They came through my neighborhood and I got a coffee, some pastries and some kpods. Everything was amazing! I definitely recommend them!” ~ Raven Sherman
“You guys are awesome! Keep truckin’! ☕” ~ @kernenergy
“Thank you guys! So nice to share in our wonderful neighborhood.💗” ~ @mistydameron
“Thank you so much for coming to our neighborhood!!!! You’re bringing so much joy to so many people!💕💗💕” ~ @jenniferdoesstuff
The Bakersfield Now News Story
Repost of the Bakersfield Now news story.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) — Even in the midst of a quarantine, some things never change like the love of coffee.
Local non-profit Covenant Coffee is not only delivering your usual caffeine fix but also helping foster kids transition into employment.
If you don’t hear them coming, you’ll sure see Covenant Coffee’s pink lady rolling in.
Zach Martin, Director of Operations, says they’ve been delivering pastries and pouring hot and iced drinks to people of all ages across Kern County.
“People are in a crazy time where they can’t leave their house and there are certain things they would like to go out and get but they can’t,” said Martin.
The pink lady is also selling bags of whole bean coffee and K-cups.
If you want to know where it’s going to be or have it roll through your neighborhood you can contact Covenant Coffee on their Facebook page.