Goldfinch Teahouse aims to become a unique destination in Berkeley County, offering an unforgettable tea experience in an Instagram-worthy atmosphere. Beyond specialty themed teas, we plan to offer selfie stations, a venue for private events, and etiquette classes designed to empower our community’s youth.
At Goldfinch Teahouse, our specialty is crafting a multi-dimensional tea experience. What truly distinguishes us from competitors is our harmonious blend of tradition with the modern allure of social media. Our dynamic themed teas not only offer novel flavors but also serve as a delightful backdrop for social sharing.
To elevate the social media experience, we’ve incorporated dedicated selfie stations, allowing guests to capture and share their moments in the most engaging settings. Beyond just tea, our space doubles as an adaptable venue for private events, offering a tailored atmosphere for every occasion. And, our commitment to Berkeley County’s future shines through our exclusive etiquette classes for the youth, imparting crucial life skills.
While many establishments may offer tea or an “Instagrammable” moment, Goldfinch Teahouse masterfully integrates both, ensuring our patrons enjoy the best of tradition and today’s trends.
The prize money would serve as a crucial investment to bring Goldfinch Teahouse to life. Specifically, the funds would be used to:
– Secure a lease for our shop location and begin initial renovations to create our
– Source high-quality teas and tea-ware for our rotating themed selections.
– Design and implement interactive selfie stations that provide exceptional photo
– Launch our etiquette class program by hiring certified professionals and
developing course material.
Winning the People’s Choice Award would give us the momentum to open our doors and start contributing to the Berkeley County community in a meaningful way.
300 Foxcroft Avenue, Suite 201
Martinsburg, WV 25401
Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Combined with her strong work ethic of integrity and excellence, she is committed to the success of individuals and businesses.
Carol holds a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor’s in Business Education. She served as the Executive Director of the Region 9 Planning and Development Counsel from 2006-2013. She is currently employed as a full-time professor in the College of Business at Shepherd University and a part-time business coach for the WV Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in the Eastern Panhandle.