In this December photo, Josh Cooke, owner of The Corner Perk coffee shop in Bluffton, displays $100 a customer occasionally leaves to treat other customers to free drinks. Since The Island Packet and The Beaufort Gazette first carried the story, several national and international media outlets have also featured Cooke and his shop.
In this December photo, Josh Cooke, owner of The Corner Perk coffee shop in Bluffton, displays $100 a customer occasionally leaves to treat other customers to free drinks. Since The Island Packet and The Beaufort Gazette first carried the story, several national and international media outlets have also featured Cooke and his shop. Jay Karr
In this December photo, Josh Cooke, owner of The Corner Perk coffee shop in Bluffton, displays $100 a customer occasionally leaves to treat other customers to free drinks. Since The Island Packet and The Beaufort Gazette first carried the story, several national and international media outlets have also featured Cooke and his shop. Jay Karr

Media buzz surrounding Bluffton coffee shop goes global

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