‘Beach Please’ aiming to open within the first couple weeks of October 2020

Published: Sep. 23, 2020 at 7:48 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - What was once Dad’s Cafe, is now ‘Beach Please.’ It is going to be a tropical juice shop, looking to sell non-alcoholic drinks, merchandise such as t-shirts and lotion, and will provide free Wi-Fi.

Beach Please will sell merchandise.
Beach Please will sell merchandise.(KGWN)

“We want a place where people can come and be comfortable and relax, and we want it to be an environment where it feels like being at the beach,” Co-owner, Amber Kester said.

Amber Kester, along with her husband, Mike Kester, decided to start this business after facing unemployment due to the pandemic. It made them face the choice, whether to stay in or leave Cheyenne. The family wanted to stay and always had it in the back of their minds to open a tropical juice shop.'

“The love of the beach, with the love of Cheyenne, made us want to stay here and open up a shop that related our love for the tropical scene for the beach and also for Cheyenne,” Co-owner Mike Kester said.

The name of the shop came through a meeting the owners had about the shop.

“We were going through all the ways for synonyms for drinks, and we were talking about how we wanted it to be at the beach and I was being sarcastic and I just said ‘Oh Beach Please’, and I was like that’s it, that’s the answer.”

Beach Please aiming for October 2020 open.
Beach Please aiming for October 2020 open.(KGWN)

‘Beach Please’ hopes to have the business running within the first two weeks of October 2020. They are expected to accept applications for employment next week.

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