Marley Coffee, the Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee roastery led by Bob Marley’s son Rohan Marley, has announced it is moving its headquarters from Beverly Hills to Denver, and hiring.
The company is moving into the historic Lindstrom building in Downtown Denver’s Highlands District. Rohan Marley says the company plans to add as many as 12 employees in the departments of sales, marketing, design, business development and HR.
“Denver has the pulse on the organic movement,” Marley said in a company announcement. “It’s always been my vision to bring all of our people together and Denver was on the top of our list. It’s centrally located and the sustainable vibe of the city resonates with what we’re trying to achieve.”
The company, which operates the Jammin’ Java brand, has been growing exponentially over the past two years, with aggressive expansion in the grocery and coffee service segments. The Denver Post broke the news that Marley has just acquired Black Rock Beverage Services, a Denver-based office coffee service provider.
“On top of creating our corporate headquarters we are aggressively hiring to help feed our sales and innovation pipeline,” says Brent Toevs, Marley’s CEO. “We have seen so much growth in the last 6 months and we expect that growth to accelerate. We’re looking for good people in all areas to help support our sales both domestic and international, assist with marketing and extend our product lines.”