Oddly Correct Way of Doing Business - Local Color Video

Oddly Correct Way of Doing Business – Local Color Video

Oddly Correct Way of Doing Business – Local Color Video

By John Jantsch

This Local Color video, featuring creative small businesses around the globe, is part of a marketing series sponsored by HP

Leaving the crush of the 9 to 5 corporate world to take up a craft you’re passionate about is something countless individuals yearn to do. Gregory Kolsto of Oddly Correct Coffee Roasters in Kansas City realized that if couldn’t work for a company he could believe in 100% he would have to create one.


Photography and Filming by Brandon Hill Photos

Oddly Correct hand prints its coffee bag art and signage giving the package a unique look that attracts small gift stores and boutique that appreciate the blurred line between art and coffee.

On Friday’s the staff takes to the neighborhood on bikes to deliver freshly roasted coffee beans to area residents.

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