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Passage to Peace: Exploring Tea Culture Today
21 August 2008
George E. Pake Auditorium
Wake up and smell the...tea. Tea is about slowing down, making human connections, and taking the time to witness the sweet passing of time. It also turns out to be the perfect vehicle for contributing to and creating world peace. Join Jesse Jacobs, founder-CEO of the famed Bay Area "Samovar Tea Lounge" as he speaks about his vision for a more peaceful world through tea, life in the slow lane, and peace through a profitable company.
Jesse Jacobs is the founder-CEO of Samovar Tea Lounge, in San Francisco. He created Samovar with the mission to deliver Peace to the world through drinking tea. After five stellar years in business, and features in the New York Times, CNN, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, Bon Appetite, and most recently, voted Top 10 Tea in America by USA Today, Samovar Tea Lounge is now pursuing national rollout plans to deliver the company's mission to the widest audience possible. More information is available at www.samovartea.com.
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