When you think of Athens, Texas you’re probably thinking of just some small East Texas town. According to Google the population is around 13,000 people. But entrepreneurs Wade and Kristin Huggins are excited to bring something new to the small town.  They love downtown Athens and they are excited to open their new business Tod + Copper. 

What is Tod + Copper? 

According to the recent YouTube video the couple created it’s a community coffee shop, but there is much more to it than just coffee. It’s a place for people to get work done if you work remotely, if you’re a student, or just need a place away from your normal distractions. There will be some healthy food options for people interested in grabbing something delicious and nutritious. And last but not least the new business will offer a bookstore too. 

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Tod + Copper Staying True to Downtown Athens, Texas 

The new coffee shop and so much wants to keep things authentic to Athens, which is why they are trying to keep their building downtown as original as possible. The old hardwood floors will be staying, a huge Coca Cola mural on one of the walls will stay as well. In the video below they go more in-depth into what the new business will look like.  

It’s always exciting to see new business owners in East Texas having their dreams come true. We are wishing nothing but the best for Wade and Kristin and their new business Tod + Copper.  

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