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Monday, October 23, 2017

Fort Thomas Sesquicentennial T-shirt Love

Honor Valentine and her adorable cousin twinning at Findlay Market.
Fort Thomas residents are known for their hometown pride. An abundance of love and appreciation for the city shined throughout this summer’s 150th year celebration. The heart of Fort Thomas swelled as everyone came out to support local businesses, meet new friends and catch up with neighbors.

To celebrate and commemorate the 150th celebration, Fort Thomas resident and owner of Fort Thomas Coffee, David Valentine, created a limited edition sesquicentennial t-shirt that is available at the coffee shop for $20. David has designed several unique t-shirts including a silhouette of the iconic Tower and of course “Ohtucky” shirts for those who have affinities for both sides of the Ohio River.

Stop by Fort Thomas Coffee and pick up one of their new Fall menu drinks and a fabulous new t-shirt!

Will Backscheider spreading Fort Thomas Coffee love at the Golden Gate Bridge.

Olivia and Gwen Gorman on Pikes Peak with Fort Thomas Coffee’s Mornin’ FTC shirt.

Jodi Zerbe from Loveland works at NKU and considers herself an Ohtuckian.
She often stops in Fort Thomas Coffee on her way to work.

Fort Thomas Matters' own Mark Collier with his family
welcoming baby Landon while sporting an NKY shirt.

Sesquicentennial t-shirts available at Fort Thomas Coffee - they are so soft!

For the newest Fort Thomas residents there are adorable onesies. 

Already have a Fort Thomas t-shirt? We want to see it!
Post your photo in the comments or hashtag #fortthomascoffee

Fort Thomas Coffee
Location: 118 N. Fort Thomas Avenue
Hours: M-F 6:30-4, Sat 7:30-3
Contact: 859.814.8282 or

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