Black and Brass Coffee Roasting Co. owners Travis and Cathleen Rivera will appear on the upcoming sixth episode of “Self-Made Mansions.”
The Honesdale-based coffee brand shared the news on its Facebook page today.
“EXCITING NEWS!! This week #BlackAndBrassCoffee will be featured on HGTV!!! ☕️🤩 Join host Clinton Kelly as he travels to the #Poconos to help owners Cathleen and Travis Rivera find the home of their dreams!” the post said.
The new series stars Clinton Kelly, known for his work on “What Not to Wear” and “The Chew.” The Riveras’ episode will air Friday, Jan. 29, at 8 p.m., and will be rebroadcast Saturday, Jan. 30, at 3 a.m.
The six-episode series began airing Jan. 8 and follows Kelly as he and a local Realtor find “three potential properties to help self-made entrepreneurs and creative geniuses find the home of their dreams after striking it rich,” according to the show’s website.
Black and Brass has three locations in Wayne County: 520 Main St. and 101 Grandview Ave., both in Honesdale, and the recently opened shop at 1302 Roosevelt Highway, Waymart. It also offers wholesale purchases of its coffee.
This week #BlackAndBrassCoffee will be featured on HGTV!!! ☕️🤩
Join host Clinton Kelly as he travels…
Posted by Black and Brass Coffee co. on Monday, January 25, 2021
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