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Hire this business to “tea-p” someone’s house

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Infusion Tea (Facebook | Website) wants to “tea-p” houses during the pandemic.

Infusion Tea owner Brad Cowherd told Bungalower that his team was looking for a way to spread joy while also staying open and hard at work. Customers can hire the tea and coffee shop to “stealthily and contactlessly” deliver a yard sign decorated with two rolls of toilet paper and a bag of Infusion Tea loose tea leaves (all moisture protected) to any house of their choice for a $25 fee.

They started with delivery to all local ZIP codes in Orlando city limits but have expanded to do it nationally and are now sending packages via USPS priority mail.

Due to the popularity of the program, Cowherd told Bungalower that he has been able to bring back all furloughed employees who were willing to return.

Click HERE to order one for our friends, families, or frenemies.

THE PACKAGE FOR OUT-OF-TOWN TEA P’ERS, SANS ELECTION SIGN

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  1. I am so proud of Infusion Tea! Necessity is the mother of invention! This is a fun & thoughtful thing to do during this stressful time!
    Congratulations, Brad & your blessed staff

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Infusion Tea (Facebook | Website) wants to “tea-p” houses during the pandemic.

Infusion Tea owner Brad Cowherd told Bungalower that his team was looking for a way to spread joy while also staying open and hard at work. Customers can hire the tea and coffee shop to “stealthily and contactlessly” deliver a yard sign decorated with two rolls of toilet paper and a bag of Infusion Tea loose tea leaves (all moisture protected) to any house of their choice for a $25 fee.

They started with delivery to all local ZIP codes in Orlando city limits but have expanded to do it nationally and are now sending packages via USPS priority mail.

Due to the popularity of the program, Cowherd told Bungalower that he has been able to bring back all furloughed employees who were willing to return.

Click HERE to order one for our friends, families, or frenemies.

THE PACKAGE FOR OUT-OF-TOWN TEA P’ERS, SANS ELECTION SIGN