Rook Coffee Hires New Vice President of Operations

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LONG BRANCH, N.J. - eTradeWire -- As Rook Coffee gears up to embark on their tenth year in business, they've continued to strengthen the infrastructure of the company. The latest addition to their corporate team is Erin Plasteras Mickel, hired to lead the company's day-to-day as the vice president of operations.

Erin completed her undergrad at Bucknell University, followed up with a law degree from The George Washington University Law School. She has an extensive background as a corporate attorney working for pharmaceutical company Bristol Myers-Squibb and the law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman. She also brings past experience with a family in the restaurant industry.

As Monmouth County natives, Rook's co-founders and co-CEOs, Shawn Kingsley and Holly Migliaccio share roots with Mickel since childhood. The two have watched her corporate success for many years so they were elated when she said "yes" to join the Rook team in September.

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"Our goal has always been to create a strong company that will successfully sustain for the long haul. Having Erin on board will undoubtedly give Rook that ability," says Co-founder, Holly Migliaccio.

With 15 professionals on their corporate team, the company feels strong as they move into 2020 and look to maintain a solid coffee presence throughout New Jersey.


About Rook Coffee  When childhood friends Holly and Shawn stepped away from their big city careers and started Rook Coffee in 2010, they wanted to make their customers feel special. From its humble beginnings in a 300-square foot shack, Rook has offered the highest quality coffees paired with over-the-top customer service. At Rook Coffee happiness and damn good coffee go hand in hand, and this is delivered with exceptional product and customer service to match. To learn more and visit Rook's online retail business, head to:

Danielle Cannova

Source: Rook Coffee
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