Montana Delegation Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Weekly Coffee
Tester, Daines, Gianforte Invite Montanans to the Nation’s Capitol
(Washington D.C.)-In celebration of 25 years of congressional coffees, U.S. Senators Jon Tester, Steve Daines and Congressman Greg Gianforte are inviting Montanans to their weekly coffee in Washington, D.C.
Montana Coffee is a long held tradition, dating back a quarter of a century to 1992 when Senator Max Baucus began hosting “Cowboy Coffees” for constituents who were visiting the nation’s Capitol.
“Montana Coffee is a great way to enjoy coffee and conversation with folks from across the Treasure State,” said Tester. “There’s no better way to start of my day than by meeting with Montanans and hearing their ideas.”
“For 25 years, Montana Coffee has brought together Montanans from all corners of the state,” said Daines. “It’s a great way to connect with people across the state and is a tradition I look forward to every week.”
“If there’s one good thing about being in Washington, it’s meeting with folks from back home at our weekly Montana Coffee,” said Gianforte. “I look forward every week to meeting Montanans and talking about what’s most important to them over a cup of coffee.”
It’s estimated that over 25,000 Montanans have attended these coffees over the years.
Montana Coffee is an opportunity for all Montanans visiting Washington to meet their congressional delegation, enjoy coffee and a light breakfast, and is followed by a tour of the U.S. Capitol.