About

“It was 2012. Megan was seven months pregnant. A dear friend of ours, a refugee from West Africa was living in our basement. That’s when we decided that I would quit my job and become a barista.”

 

Wade Preston

Our Story

Up until that time, Megan and Wade had each worked in the non-profit sphere and felt a desire to create a space which cultivates authentic and diverse community while also improving the lives of their friends in the developing world. Coffee was a natural fit. They couldn’t deny their vision in any longer. In 2014, after Wade spent two years honing his skills in the Atlanta coffee scene, the pair opened their first cafe in downtown Auburn. The response was overwhelming and led to an expansion into wholesale coffee roasting.

Our Mission

To be a quality connector for authentic community

Core Values

Quality

We believe a house can have great design and be built from the strongest bricks, but if the mortar is bad, the whole structure comes tumbling down. In the same way, we believe the better the connector, the better the community. We are dedicated to high quality, passion-driven products, services and spaces that become a catalyst for high quality, passion-driven communities.

Ingredients

passion, care, focus, diligence, hard work, innovation, creativity, time, patience

Community

We believe in the transformational power of community. Our mission is to exponentially increase the value of the network of communities for which we have the privilege to act as a hub. We measure success only by that which adds value to the whole of our community; our customers, employees, suppliers, shareholders, industry, environment and beyond.

Ingredients

love, respect, honesty, hospitality, patience, communication, trust, humility, care

Transparency

We believe that authenticity is impossible without transparency. By striving for transparency in supply chains, customer interactions, employee relations and community outreach, we seek to build the trust necessary for the authentic bonds that form strong communities. We recognize that we cannot allow the “perfect to be the enemy of the good”, but as we strive for perfection we seek to open our operating decisions to our greater community for the sake of edification, education and improvement.

Ingredients

honesty, authenticity, responsibility, accountability, consistency, communication, humility, trust, openness

Our Team

Drew Duvall

Hanna Brown

Joseph Crawford

Megan Preston

Misha Tobler

Richard “Scooter” Painter

Wade Preston

Bring Prevail Home

You don’t have to worry about running out of coffee at home. Pick your type of subscription and we’ll send you as much coffee you’d like when you want it.