WordPress in the Boondocks

In a tiny town in rural Utah that can barely claim 300 people, there’s a coffee shop that proudly stands up alongside the cutest and coffee-est of coffee shops in any metropolitan area.

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My husband and I walked into this adorable little shop to get my coffee fix. After taking our order the barista asks my husband, “Did you go to WordCamp?” My husband pauses a moment, realizes he’s wearing a WordCamp Nicaragua t-shirt and says, “Yes”. Of course I ask the guy if he uses WordPress to which he proudly answers, “I use WordPress on *all* my sites.”

It’s at times like this, when I witness the impact of WordPress on people in rural America (and everywhere) that I am so intensely proud to be working for WordPress.com.

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6 replies to “WordPress in the Boondocks

    1. This is one reason I love wearing WordPress shirts when I am out and about. It’s an amazing conversation starter and it never gets old.

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