Dressed in sanitary scrubs, employees at Dr. Coffee will prescribe the perfect solution for any caffeine craving. The trailer opened in February, debuting cold-brew infusions, energy revivers, Rx blends and espresso.

Kevin Marcus and Dayna Blair- a brother, sister duo and java aficionados – are responsible for running day-to-day business and interacting with customers.

They have a combined 28 years in the coffee industry, bringing their knowledge of the craft together and curating specialized handcrafted beverages.

“We think there’s a need for good coffee,” Kevin said. “And when you actually listen to your customers, you can make things exceptional.”

From dirty chai cold brew to desert pear lemonade, customers are sure to find something to sip on.

Dayna hands out coffee from her food truck, Dr. Coffee. [submitted]
In 2016, Dayna was on a walk with her husband when he sparked inspiration: “Wouldn’t it be cool if we made a mobile coffee shop out of an ambulance?”

After sitting on that idea for a few years, there came an opportunity to purchase a food truck and bring it to life in March 2022. Dayna brought Kevin on board to push the project forward.

“It was risky, but we thought, ‘Let’s do it,’” Dayna said.

And for the last couple months, Kevin and Dayna have worked to build their customer base and share their love of coffee with the community.

The company Instagram, Facebook and website keep customers up to date with their latest location.

“We plan on adding different things to add to our theme and make it a great experience,” Kevin said.

Dr. Coffee set up for the day. [submitted]
“We’re looking to have a lot of fun with it,” Dayna added. “There is a lot of potential for Dr. Coffee.”

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