PVI Loves You A Latte!

Spins’ Ted Hackleman and PVI’s Phyllis Knight show they’re good “buds” over coffee.

Vanilla is creamy and roses are pink; Stop by Spins and try our new drink!

At PVI, we love our customers and our community! And what better month to espresso that love than February? (Which begins on Monday, if you can believe it!)

As we all know, Valentine’s Day – February 14th – is the day set aside to show our love – and have we got a sweetheart deal for you! Just stop by Spins Coffee Truck between Monday, February 1st, and Friday, February 12th, show Ted Hackleman a little love (a smile will do), and you’ll receive a small PVI Signature Drink of the Month for free, compliments of PVI! What’s not to love about that?

Speaking of love, did you know that 250 million roses are produced each year for Valentine’s Day? In other words, you could say that “love grows a rose” so it shouldn’t be any surprise that everything is coming up roses at Spins Coffee Truck!

So naturally our PVI Signature Drink of the Month – The Vanilla Rose Latte – “stems” from that fact! You’ll definitely want to try this unique love potion in honor of Valentine’s Day. As the name implies, it’s a fragrant bouquet of vanilla latte with a rose twist. But then again, what’s in a name, for as we all know that a rose by any other name would taste as sweet (and yummy!), thanks to the spin that Ted puts on it! In fact, he’ll even spin it hot or cold, whatever your heart desires!

If you’ve never been to Spins, now is the perfect time to start a budding relationship! Ted promises not to be a thorn in your side…as long as you stick to the rules! (One free drink offer per person and in-person orders only, please, with our heartfelt thanks!)

Wishing everyone a lovely Valentine’s Day!

PLEASE NOTE: Spins Coffee Truck will be closed on Tuesday, February 2nd, for its annual inspection, so be sure you stop by on a different day!

Spins Coffee Truck is parked at 27932 Valley Center Road (across from Fat Ivor’s / Powerland Equipment), Monday – Friday, 6 am – 2 pm.

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“Orange You Glad It’s Christmas!”

PVI’s Phyllis Knight and her dad, Wesley Means, sharing memories while waiting for Santa Ted to fill their stockings (and their tummies) with yummies!

Orange may not be the first flavor you associate with Christmas, such as peppermint or gingerbread, but if you “are of a certain age,” lived during the Great Depression, or know someone who did, then you’re probably familiar with receiving an orange in your Christmas stocking. Today (especially living in California) more than likely, that would not be considered special, but when little extras were few and far between, a juicy citrus fruit in the dead of winter was considered a real treat!  

This year, maybe more than most – thanks in large part to the pandemic – we find ourselves remembering simpler times (like last year!) but even more so perhaps our thoughts have turned to Christmases past and the sweet memories associated with them. Because let’s face it, if the year 2020 had a Christmas stocking, it would be filled to overflowing with coal!

So for those whom it’s been a while since you experienced the joy of receiving a juicy orange in your stocking, perhaps it’s time for us to refresh your memory, and for those who haven’t, we wanted to create a new memory that evokes times gone by. 

With this idea in mind, we teamed up with Ted Hackleman at Spins Coffee Truck and created the PVI Signature Drink of the Month for December – Orange You Glad It’s Christmas Mocha! – because let’s face it, everything just goes better with chocolate, even oranges!

When you unwrap this delicious Christmas present, you’ll enjoy the sweet, tanginess of orange, enrobed in delectable chocolate (kind of makes your mouth water, doesn’t it?) and for the gift that keeps on giving, you can choose whether you want it hot, iced or blended.

We’ve all heard the saying, “It’s better to give than to receive” and from our perspective we agree and thus are pleased to offer one FREE small Orange You Glad It’s Christmas Mocha per person through the end of December. However, after you taste this Christmas concoction you may think it’s better to receive!

To receive your free drink gift, compliments of PVI, simply stop by Spins Coffee Truck during business hours through Thursday, December 31st, and wish Ted a “Merry Christmas!” (He promises not to be a Scrooge!) Or after Christmas (since this offer is good through New Year’s Eve) it’s “Happy New Year!” Free offer good on in-person orders only, thanks!

Please note: To qualify for this special offer, it is not required that your name appear on Santa’s “Nice (instead of Naughty) List” as Ted said that would disqualify much of his clientele…

Also, please note Spins special holiday schedule: Open regular hours on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve and closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

Merry Christmas, Everyone!

Spins Coffee Truck is parked at 27932 Valley Center Road (across from Fat Ivor’s / Powerland Equipment), Monday – Friday, 6 am – 2 pm.

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In Loving Memory – Marjorie Eugenia Quackenbush

Marjorie Quackenbush celebrating her 100th birthday in 2019

Marjorie Eugenia Quackenbush, 101, of Redwood Terrace, Escondido, CA, formerly of Valley Center, CA, passed away peacefully December 7, 2020 at Palomar Medical Center, Escondido, after a short illness. Her daughter, Ann, was at her side. Marjorie was born December 4, 1919, the daughter of Frank and Julia Gladys (Berry) Bott in Warsaw, IL. On Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 1950, she was united in marriage with Derek (Van) Quackenbush at the Warsaw Presbyterian Church. He preceded her in death on January 25, 2015.

Marjorie (Marge) grew up in a small Illinois town on the banks of the Mississippi River. Her family owned a dry goods store, J. H. Bott and Company, which she continued operating into the early 1950s. She met her husband, Van, when she placed an ad in his newly purchased weekly newspaper, the Warsaw Bulletin. In 1958 Marge, Van and their two young daughters moved to California. She partnered with her husband in the weekly newspaper publishing business. In Del Mar they owned the Surfcomber then later the Poway News Chieftain and the Rancho Bernardo News. Moving back to Illinois in 1968, they published the Hamilton Pilot, Hancock County Journal and Bowen Chronicle. Marge and Van moved to Valley Center in 1974 and founded the Valley Roadrunner which they operated until retirement. In Valley Center Marge joined the Republican Women’s group, PEO and was a long time “Rotaryann.” She and Van attended Grandview Church then Valley Center Community Church and later Light of the Valley Lutheran Church.

Marge possessed an inner strength that saw her through several life challenges. One that became her “claim to fame,” was the survival of her rattlesnake bite at age 94.

Many have shared the positive impact she had on their lives. One friend said, “Marge was my inspiration in life.” That captures the sentiment held by her family as well. She truly was a remarkable woman, a sweet loving wife, mom, grandma, great-grandma and friend.

Marjorie is survived by two daughters, Ann (Kim) Kunde of Valley Center and Susan Metternich of Hamilton, IL; four grandchildren, Brandon (Justina) Strausbaugh of San Marcos, CA, Ryan (Mariah) Strausbaugh of La Mesa, CA, Molly (Marc) Bowman and Matthew Metternich of Hamilton, IL; and three great-grandchildren, Landon Dendy, Brayden and Bentley Bowman.

Marjorie Quackenbush with grandsons, Brandon (left) and Ryan Strausbaugh, and daughter, Ann Kunde

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Van, sister-in-law, Diane Quackenbush and son-in-law, Jerry Metternich.

Because of the Covid-19 restrictions, a private family memorial will be held December 23 at the Valley Center Cemetery. Alhiser-Comer Mortuary of Escondido is in charge of arrangements.

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PVI’s October Signature Drink of the Month: Trick? or Treat? or Treasure?!

PVI’s Phyllis Knight clowning around with Ted Hackleman as they get in “good spirits” to have some Halloween fun!

Ahoy, Matey, and Avast Ye!

We all know that Ted Hackleman, Spins Coffee Truck, has a treasure chest of goodies, so we asked him to dig down deep for the October PVI Signature Drink of the Month to help us celebrate Halloween with our community.

Thus, it came as no surprise that he discovered some buried treasure to share with us… his Heath Bar Halloween Brew! This hauntingly delicious coffee concoction features golden toffee and rich, smooth milk chocolate, and it’s served hot or cold – whatever floats your boat! (Sorry, no rum or other “spirits” included!)

Of course, it’s way better than grog and you don’t have to be 21 or over to enjoy it!

Perhaps the biggest treat of all is that it’s free! That’s right, it’s PVI’s treat that Spins customers receive one small Heath Bar Halloween Brew per person during the week of Monday, October 26th, through Friday, October 30th. (In-person orders only, please.)

If you can’t fathom that you can get such bounty for no Doubloons, remember, it won’t last long, so stop by one of those five days to receive your free small treat that will fill your coffee coffer!

Also, although your drink is free, there is a trick! You have to say “Trick or Treat” to Ted to receive your treat! But don’t let Ted scare you! He won’t make you walk the plank and his “Arrrggghhh!” is worse than his bite!

So check out the Heath Bar Halloween Brew, compliments of PVI, and then it’s down the hatch for you!

“Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate’s life for me!” (As another little treat… or trick, you’ll be singing that little song the rest of the day… You’re welcome!) 

Wishing you a fun and safe Halloween!

Spins Coffee Truck
 is parked at 27932 Valley Center Road (across from Fat Ivor’s / Powerland Equipment), Monday – Friday, 6 am – 2 pm.

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Local Resident Honored as a “California Hero”

Pictured (l-r): Brandon Strausbaugh, PVI; Lt. Pat Shannon; Alan Kirkpatrick; and Phyllis Knight, PVI

It’s always a pleasure speaking with someone who loves what they do. When what they do is of a volunteer nature, then that passion is even more moving because you know that their motivation comes from the heart.

And speaking of heart, it would be difficult to find someone with a bigger heart for the elderly and homebound in our community than Alan Kirkpatrick, the (volunteer) administrator of the Senior Volunteer Program at the Valley Center Sheriff’s Substation.

Alan started out as a member of the program in 2008, and then quickly became the administrator in 2009. Since that time he has grown, expanded and developed the program into an impressive and vital resource for our community while serving those in need.

Some of the services provided by the SVP include evidence transport, vehicle transport, community patrols, traffic assistance, etc., all of which free up deputies and other staff to focus on critical work that only they can do. The SVP also provides vacation checks and – perhaps Alan’s favorite – the You Are Not Alone (YANA) program.

Up until the pandemic, the SVP members made site visits to those registered in the YANA program, which includes the elderly, homebound, disabled and those who just need a little check-up for safety’s sake. Of course, this is something that those visited always looked forward to, but also was a blessing to the SVP members who stopped by for a bit, which created personal and caring relationships they all enjoyed.

So you can imagine the disruption the pandemic caused in these relationships – not only from a safety standpoint, but from an emotional standpoint as well – when all site visits were canceled immediately and indefinitely. The loss of physical contact and in-person visits was felt profoundly by all.

But not to fear, Alan Kirkpatrick is here!

That’s when Alan stepped in and took it upon himself to make personal phone calls on a regular basis to each of the YANA members to check on their status and engage in a little conversation. Not only does this interaction brighten their day (and Alan’s!), they look forward to getting that call. In fact, although Alan is diligent in calling, if he is running a little behind schedule for some reason…they call him to see how he’s doing! Alan has devotedly made these calls for the past seven months, even when out of town or otherwise occupied.

Additionally, Alan has taken a hands-on approach to ensure the safety and well-being of these vulnerable residents by calling service people out for assistance when needed, and he also has been working with the Valley Center Fire Protection District to facilitate their evacuation in the event of a fire.

With all of this said, it should come as no surprise that we consider Alan Kirkpatrick a local hero. So naturally, when Senator Brian Jones – in recognition of September as California Heroes Month – contacted Brandon Strausbaugh at PVI for his recommendation of someone in our community who has gone above and beyond during the pandemic, it was Brandon’s pleasure to nominate Alan. After receiving PVI’s nomination letter, Senator Jones completely agreed that Alan is indeed a California Hero, and sent a nice commendation letter and certificate of recognition for presentation to Alan.

On Friday, with the assistance of Sheriff’s Lt. Pat Shannon, PVI was pleased to surprise Alan at the VC Sheriff’s Substation by officially proclaiming him a “California Hero”- not only from our community’s standpoint, but as designated by Senator Jones, whom we thank for initiating Alan’s recognition.

Valley Center is fortunate to have such a dedicated volunteer as Alan, as well as his wonderful team in the SVP, and we love the opportunity to show our appreciation! So it is with deep gratitude that we say, “Thank you, Alan, for being our local ‘California Hero’ and for all you and the entire SVP do for our community!”

To view the video surprising Alan Kirkpatrick with his award as a California Hero, please click here. (Thank you to Heather Mitchell, Valley Center Sheriff’s Substation, for filming the video!)

For more information on the Senior Volunteer Program and to see how you can be a part of this vital community service, please click here.

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“Wreaths Across America” to Honor Service and Sacrifice

PVI’s Brooke Dunn (left) presents a “Wreaths Across America” sponsorship donation
to Sharon Bartholomew, Center of the Valley, DAR

On December 19, 2020, Wreaths Across America ceremonies will be held at over 2,100
cemeteries worldwide. From the Revolutionary War to present day conflicts, our country’s veterans – who were devoted sons and daughters, fathers and mothers, sisters and brothers – will be honored for placing their lives on the line for our freedom.

Locally, there are over 300 military veterans, both men and women, buried at Valley Center Cemetery. These veterans were awarded Purple Hearts, Bronze Stars, Silver Stars, Distinguished Flying Crosses and Air Medals. Burials at the cemetery also include one Pearl Harbor survivor and eight Civil War veterans.

To honor all of these veterans, the fourth annual Wreaths Across America ceremony, for our community, has been scheduled for Saturday, December 19th, at 9:00 am at Valley Center Cemetery. This special event is planned and hosted by the Center of the Valley Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). Due to the pandemic and San Diego County’s current ban on public gatherings, it is not yet known if the ceremony will be public; however, the laying of wreaths will take place to honor our veterans, regardless.

PVI is pleased to partner with the Center of the Valley Chapter DAR to help launch their public awareness and fundraising campaign to purchase enough wreaths to make sure that every veteran receives a beautiful, fresh green wreath draped in a red bow to show our appreciation for their service and sacrifice. PVI has been a proud sponsor of this special local event since its inception, and we hope you’ll join us in showing your support.

We know these are difficult times for many, but we also know how important it is to honor our heroes. If you are able, please consider sponsoring a wreath for a veteran buried in the cemetery. This also is a meaningful way to honor a loved one who has served, even if they are not buried at Valley Center Cemetery.

Wreaths are just $15 each. Sponsor ten or more wreaths, and your name will be listed in the event program AND your name will be entered into a drawing to receive a $100 restaurant gift certificate.

The Center of the Valley DAR and PVI sincerely thank you for your support and for remembering and honoring our veterans!

Please make checks payable to: Wreaths Across America.

Please mail checks to: Center of the Valley Chapter, NSDAR; P. O. Box 1932; Valley Center 92082

(DAR will complete required paperwork and submit all sponsorship orders.)

If you would prefer to sponsor wreaths online using a debit card, credit card, PayPal or Google Pay, please use the following link http://www.wreathsacrossamerica.org/CA0054P

For more information, please email: valleycenterdar@gmail.com
Or call: (760) 751-9237

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Fire and Ice – It’s Twice as Nice!

PVI’s Phyllis Knight and Diane Wick enjoy both extremes of the drink spectrum, thanks to the “wide range” of Ted Hackleman with Spins

As we all know, 2020 has been a year of extremes, to say the least. But, as we also know, not all extremes are bad. 

Take coffee for example. We tend to like it really hot or really cold. Seldom (if ever!) have you heard someone say, “Give me a cup of lukewarm coffee. That’s my favorite drink!” 

And since this has been The Year of the Extreme, as the saying goes, “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em” so we are extremely excited to announce our September PVI Signature Drink of the Month special – “Fire and Ice” – which definitely covers both ends of the drink spectrum.

Of course, we know that there are some of you who drink the hottest drink on the hottest day, and others who like their drink ice cold on the coldest day. We get that! But the good news is – hot or cold – for the rest of September, you can try something extreme and get both!

That’s right! Whether you like your drink flaming red hot or ice blue cold, you can have one of each (or one to share…if you’re so inclined) for the price of one! For example, order one small hot coffee and receive one small iced coffee for free! Or, maybe your tastes lean more toward specialty drinks. In that case, you can order one small hot mocha, get one small frozen mocha free!

The bottom line is that PVI is happy to fan the flames of your taste buds and then coolly extinguish your thirst – all at the same time!

To take advantage of this special drink offer, simply stop by Spins Coffee Truck through the rest of September and order the PVI Fire and Ice Special of your favorite drink, and you’ll receive two for the price of one – one hot, one cold – compliments of PVI. 

So be sure and stop by Spins Coffee Truck and check out this hot deal, that’s really cool, before it melts away! 

Please note: Drink offer is only available in small size for this month.

(One “Buy One / Get One Free” Small Drink Offer per person/per day through Wednesday, September 30th, compliments of PVI.)

Spins Coffee Truck is parked at 27932 Valley Center Road (across from Fat Ivor’s / Powerland Equipment), Monday – Friday, 6 am – 2 pm.

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“How does home construction affect fire?”

By Jim Davidson, VCFPD Fire Marshal

As you may know, we had a structure fire here in Valley Center at the end of August. There were a couple of significant aspects of that fire that I wanted to share with you. I hope you find this information interesting and there may be some tidbits here that can make a difference for people…

First, the story:

It was 6:03pm on a Saturday evening, a 911 call came in reporting a structure fire in the Woods Valley area. Northcomm Dispatch immediately upgraded this to a “working” structure fire, based on the multiple calls they received. Units from Valley Center Fire, San Pasqual Reservation Fire, Rincon Reservation Fire, and CAL FIRE were dispatched. Engine 171 and Squad 162 arrive at 6:13pm and immediately initiate a “defensive” fire attack. Additional apparatus and personnel arrive, a water supply is established and the fire is extinguished, along with a small fire that had spread into the vegetation. A careful search of the attic indicated that no extension of the fire had gone into the attic space. The garage portion of the house was destroyed.

Now, here’s the “good” news: The fire did not make it through the ‘firewall’ between the house and the garage attic spaces. This is a drywalled wall that goes from the slab to the underside of the roof, and is specifically designed for just this purpose: to contain a fire long enough for firefighters to control it. In this case, it did its job admirably! Let’s dig in a little deeper, because there are a couple of things about this fire that I would like to share with you.

Here’s what’s left of the fire wall. Notice that the part just below the roof is gone. Trust me, it was there! The combination of the heat and the application of water to it, caused it to finally crumble. This is where that phrase “contain the fire long enough” comes from. Drywall is designed to be fire resistant for approximately 20 minutes, in this case it was long enough. The rafters are scorched, but not burned. When the wall finally failed, there was enough water on the fire to keep it controlled. The heat rises in the space, so the part of the wall that takes the most heat is always at the top.

There is a critical piece of information here: the owner’s dad, Paul, had taken the time to seal the places in the firewall where pipes passed through it. Normally, people just punch a big hole, and leave it. In this case, Paul had taken the time to purchase fire resistant foam and sealed all the places where there were holes. This small act probably saved his daughter’s house. Even a relatively small hole would have allowed the heat and fire to move into the attic above the living space. That would have meant serious damage to the living space and contents.

The other important piece of this puzzle is the time between the fire starting and the first application of water. Drywall can only contain a fire for so long. Typically that time is expected to be about 20 minutes. In this case, the fire burned for some unknown time before it was noticed. That time, plus the response time, was just short enough that the drywall lasted. Had the home been any further away from a fire station, the damage would have been much worse.

The ‘happy’ ending: In this case, the homeowner will only be displaced from her home for a few weeks. The garage will be rebuilt, but she can live in her house while that happens. Her belongings are ok, there was very minimal smoke in the living spaces. This is a very good outcome, a good save, and a very very close call.

A couple of key items to take away from this story: Building and Fire Codes and standards exist for exactly this reason. Almost everything in the fire code comes from an experience like this. Also, speed of response is critical. Another couple of minutes before water on the fire, and the outcome would likely have much worse.

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PVI Announces New Scholarship for Employees


Sharing each other’s successes is the PVI Team “policy” so naturally it was smiles all around at the presentation of our new employee scholarship. Pictured (l-r) are Maricruz Avelar, Brooke Dunn, Barni Strausbaugh, Yadira Resendiz, Moira Neibert and Damaris Palomo.

You may be familiar with PVI’s “Van Quackenbush Excellence in Journalism Scholarship,” which is awarded to a graduating VCHS senior. Now, PVI is excited to announce the establishment of a new scholarship – the “PVI Pursuit of Excellence Scholarship” – and this one has a bit of a twist.

Typically, scholarships are set up to receive applications from those who are trying to show themselves worthy and/or in need of a particular scholarship. With PVI’s Pursuit of Excellence Scholarship, the PVI management team initiated the scholarship to acknowledge and support the efforts of a dedicated and worthy PVI employee who is pursuing their college education.

Since PVI is a huge supporter of our team members enriching their lives through various means – including higher education – we are pleased that this new scholarship will support our employee’s efforts. In essence, the scholarship serves to provide financial assistance to an employee as they pursue excellence in their academic studies, while at the same time maintaining excellence in their job performance at PVI.

Additionally, as much as possible, PVI is pleased to accommodate the employee’s class schedule to facilitate their ability to continue to work at PVI, while pursuing their education.

The scholarship recipient has the potential to receive $1000 per year, for up to four years, and a bonus of $1000 upon graduation from college. The basic requirement is that they remain a PVI employee pursuing excellence for those four years.

And we think our newly established scholarship is off to a first-class start! We are pleased to announce that we have selected Yadira Resendiz to be the first recipient of the PVI Pursuit of Excellence Scholarship!

Yadira has been working at PVI for almost one year and has done an exemplary job of learning and handling new tasks as assigned and pitching in whenever and wherever needed. She has an exceptional attitude and an outstanding job performance. It did not take her long to become an integral and valuable part of the PVI Team!

Yadira is beginning her second year at Cal State San Marcos while continuing to work at PVI. She is very excited to receive this scholarship and said, “I can’t even begin to describe how thankful I am. I am so grateful for everyone at PVI, they have always been supportive and kind to me. From the bottom of my heart, thank you so much.”

In response, we say, “Congratulations, Yadira! Through your pursuit of excellence, you earned this award, and this is only the beginning. We are excited for what the future holds! Godspeed.”

(To read more about Yadira’s personal story, please click here.)

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PVI’s Signature Drink for Summer – Something to Sing About!


When it comes to supporting our community, Brandon Strausbaugh, PVI, and Ted Hackleman, Spins Coffee Truck, are always in tune!

This year, more than usual, we thought you might be feeling a little of the Summertime Blues, because let’s face it, this summer has been like no other summer… you might even say it’s been a bit of a bummer summer.

But the good news about the Summertime Blues – contrary to what a popular song proclaims – there is a cure! Well, at the very least, there’s a nice elixir we’ve come up with to help chase the Summertime Blues away!

We’ve all heard the expression “Fight fire with fire” so we figured what better way to fight the blues than with the blues…berries that is! That’s why PVI is excited to announce our PVI Signature Drink for summer – the Summertime Blues Berry Smoothie!

PVI and Spins Coffee Truck (who are always a great duet!) have collaborated to make this month’s drink a #1 hit! The Summertime Blues Berry Smoothie is a unique mix of berries blended in perfect harmony and topped with luscious whipped cream. In fact, it may just be the coolest smoothie on record!

It would be hard to imagine anyone staying blue around our berry favorite barista, Ted Hackleman, so take a moment to check out this brief video of Ted’s rendition of the Summertime Blues. It’s guaranteed to put a smile on your face.

But the smile doesn’t have to end there! Just come on down to Spins Coffee Truck between now and August 7th and treat yourself to a Summertime Blues Berry Smoothie for another guaranteed smile!

And just when you think it can’t get any better – to keep the smiles coming – when you buy one Summertime Blues Berry Smoothie, you’ll receive one free to share! We all know that sharing with others is the best way to chase the blues away, and that’s why PVI is pleased as punch to offer our “buy one / get one free” for this special summer drink!

In fact, the Summertime Blues Berry Smoothie won’t just put a smile on your face, it’ll give you something to sing about…

“There is a cure for the Summertime Blues!”

(One “Buy One / Get One Free” Drink Offer per person/per day through Friday, August 7th, compliments of PVI.)

Spins Coffee Truck is parked at 27932 Valley Center Road (across from Fat Ivor’s / Powerland Equipment), Monday – Friday, 6 am – 2 pm.


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