Anna Senter, of Dobson “I’m excited about it. The closest Starbucks is in Winston-Salem,” she said. “We feel like our small town is popping up,” her mother started, and Senter finished the sentence, “and becoming something.”


Taylor Mills, of Mount Airy “If we get Starbucks we’re definitely growing. I like that we have a small-town feel, and Starbuks is kind of slowly erasing that feeling. I am hesitant just because of the small-town feel but I think it’s great because we’re growing.”


Taylor Clark, of Mount Airy “I think it’s good. I think it gives the town the diversity it needed. I’m a very loyal Pages customer, but it’s great for the town to have options. It’s a sign we’re growing, the best of both worlds. It’s bringing jobs.”


Shelby Seats, of Mount Airy “I guess it’s good if you want to pay $6 for a cup of coffee. We need it. Mount Airy needs to grow, and not just tourism. I grew up here when the factories were still alive,” she said. “All at once that’s gone. There’s nowhere for them to go. I’ll definitely go by Starbucks; I’ll pay that $6 just to try it and say I’ve done it.”


What do you think about the Starbucks coming to Mount Airy?

Anna Senter, of Dobson “I’m excited about it. The closest Starbucks is in Winston-Salem,” she said. “We feel like our small town is popping up,” her mother started, and Senter finished the sentence, “and becoming something.”
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_161210_StreetScene_01.jpegAnna Senter, of Dobson “I’m excited about it. The closest Starbucks is in Winston-Salem,” she said. “We feel like our small town is popping up,” her mother started, and Senter finished the sentence, “and becoming something.”

Taylor Mills, of Mount Airy “If we get Starbucks we’re definitely growing. I like that we have a small-town feel, and Starbuks is kind of slowly erasing that feeling. I am hesitant just because of the small-town feel but I think it’s great because we’re growing.”
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_161210_StreetScene_02.jpegTaylor Mills, of Mount Airy “If we get Starbucks we’re definitely growing. I like that we have a small-town feel, and Starbuks is kind of slowly erasing that feeling. I am hesitant just because of the small-town feel but I think it’s great because we’re growing.”

Taylor Clark, of Mount Airy “I think it’s good. I think it gives the town the diversity it needed. I’m a very loyal Pages customer, but it’s great for the town to have options. It’s a sign we’re growing, the best of both worlds. It’s bringing jobs.”
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_161210_StreetScene_03.jpegTaylor Clark, of Mount Airy “I think it’s good. I think it gives the town the diversity it needed. I’m a very loyal Pages customer, but it’s great for the town to have options. It’s a sign we’re growing, the best of both worlds. It’s bringing jobs.”

Shelby Seats, of Mount Airy “I guess it’s good if you want to pay $6 for a cup of coffee. We need it. Mount Airy needs to grow, and not just tourism. I grew up here when the factories were still alive,” she said. “All at once that’s gone. There’s nowhere for them to go. I’ll definitely go by Starbucks; I’ll pay that $6 just to try it and say I’ve done it.”
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_161210_StreetScene_4.jpegShelby Seats, of Mount Airy “I guess it’s good if you want to pay $6 for a cup of coffee. We need it. Mount Airy needs to grow, and not just tourism. I grew up here when the factories were still alive,” she said. “All at once that’s gone. There’s nowhere for them to go. I’ll definitely go by Starbucks; I’ll pay that $6 just to try it and say I’ve done it.”
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