// This Holiday Season: Give the Gift of Unlimited Coffee

Give your favorite climbing partner and/or special climbing someone the gift they’ll use all year long:

Unlimited Coffee in 2019

Now before you hop online to estimate how many pounds of Starbucks coffee you’ll need to satisfy their caffeine needs for an entire year, get in your car and drive to EVO Lou instead.

Walk inside, and pick up an EVO travel mug, which will give your climbing partner access to unlimited EVO coffee, made for them daily by the front desk crew beginning at 6a weekdays and 8a weekends.

They’ll also have access to milk, sugar, almond milk and creamer to meet their coffee-taste preferences and can take as much coffee to go (hence the travel mug) as they’d like.

Now, stop by the front desk to pick up an EVO gift card for $870 (or $790 if your partner is a student)–this will give them membership access to the gym for all of 2019, so they don’t feel weird getting free coffee here daily.

You can let them know that a few additional perks come with this unlimited coffee deal, such as unlimited climbing, free yoga and fitness classes, 10% off gear in the EVO shop, free intro to belay and intro to bouldering classes, 20-30% off additional indoor classes and clinics, and extended happy hour deals at Redgarden 3p-9p every Tuesday–but let’s be real, coffee comes first.*

Oh, and while you’re already at EVO, we’d recommend climbing for a while; since, you no longer have to spend time holiday shopping for your climbing partner(s).

*Wait, did you just say your favorite climbing partner doesn’t like coffee?!?!? We’ll forgive them.

Here are a couple other amazing gift ideas that they’ll be sure to love:

  1. A year’s supply of our new, improved chocolate chunk cookies, made at Redgarden with chocolate, love and butter (and a couple other things).  An EVO gift card for $449.28 will get them 4 cookies a week for all of 2019 (tax included). Consider spending an extra $2.16 to get them one cookie now.
  2. Your friend is gluten free and doesn’t drink coffee?! We suggest buying them a year of membership, because their life sounds terrible, and we think climbing regularly will make it less bad.

Hate those ideas? Here are a few more.

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