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Jerome Eberharter

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

White Cloud Coffee

HQ Phone:  (208) 322-1166

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White Cloud Coffee

399 E. 52Nd St Suite 362

Boise, Idaho,83714

United States

Company Description

We supply a variety of coffees, from our dark roasted French Roast to our mouthwatering flavored coffees to make the ultimate taste treat. Call us anytime 1-208-322-1166 and let us know if you'd like a special order of any kind. ...more

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Sponsors - Ted Simon - Jupitalia

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Jerome Eberharter, founder and CEO of the White Cloud Coffee company in Boise, Idaho also rides bikes.
He read about my journey and wanted to help. What can a coffee company do to take part in a motorcycle journey around the world? Well, he sent thank-you presents of coffee to people who were kind to me along the way and, surprisingly, I think most of them actually got there. I have some of his coffee, and it is very tasty indeed.


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Jerome Eberharter, Founder, White Cloud Coffee
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Sponsors - Ted Simon - Jupitalia

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Jerome Eberharter, founder and CEO of the White Cloud Coffee company in Boise, Idaho also rides bikes.
He read about my journey and wanted to help. What can a coffee company do to take part in a motorcycle journey around the world? Well, he sent thank-you presents of coffee to people who were kind to me along the way and, surprisingly, I think most of them actually got there. I have some of his coffee, and it is very tasty indeed.


Coffee of the Month Club

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Every month you will receive a delicious selection of coffee selected by Jerome Eberharter, owner and founder of White Cloud Coffee.
One of Jerome's many pleasures is selecting the highest grade of coffee from around the world.


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Jerome Eberharter, center, founder of White Cloud Coffee, looks over a freshly roasted batch of Colombian with Michael Priddy, left, Full Circle Exchange sales manager, and Chad Kay.
Eberharter used to own two large coffee roasters but now uses a Full Circle microroaster. The change was part of his effort to increase profits by downsizing. The bigger the sandbox you play in, the more competition there is,he said. Eberharter took satisfaction in knowing that enough beans were sold in more than 70 grocery stores in five states to make about a million cups of his coffee each month. White Cloud was growing just as Eberharter had hoped. But bigger business didnt result in more money. White Cloud raked in about $700,000 in annual revenue, but that money went right back to the stores and to middlemen. White Cloud was losing money. So Eberharter made a change in 2012 that would have seemed counterintuitive when he started roasting beans in 1988. He left the grocery business, downsized his operation and started selling online directly to coffee drinkers. Smaller proved to be better: Eberharter expects to have turned a 10 percent to 15 percent profit for 2013. Overhauling the business model saved the company, Eberharter said. A lot of companies dont make it, Eberharter said.


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