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Dripping with new businesses

By Megan Wehring 

DRIPPING SPRINGS – Two businesses recently celebrated relocation with a ribbon cutting and grand opening.

The Dripping Springs Rental Center celebrated its new location, located at 30307-B Ranch Road 12 N, on Wednesday, June 29. 

“What a wonderful community Dripping Springs is. It is with humble gratitude that Dripping Springs Rental Center begins a new era at our brand new location,” a statement from Rental Center said. “Finding a spot, planning the building and making the big move have filled this past year with much excitement and anticipation.” 

The statement also said that customers and friends keep the business going.

“[They] have helped us say goodbye to the special place we started and grew our business, raised children and made so many memories. The new place is feeling like home already and our business of building and improving the community of Dripping Springs is up and running.” 

EDG Coffee celebrated its relocation to the retail center in front of the Dripping Springs Middle School, located at 2001 W US Highway 290, on Thursday, June 30. Customers can enjoy visiting the coffee truck for now, but EDG Coffee will soon have a full retail operation inside the building this fall.

Britt and Audrey Hancock, owners of EDG Coffee, aim to improve the lives of “impoverished people in developing countries” through their business. 

“Some coffee companies are trying to solve corruption through direct trade, to cut out the middleman who takes advantage of the farmers,” Britt Hancock said. “But we go beyond direct trade by actually owning the farm.  That way we can pay our harvesters 48% above the national minimum wage, give them three meals a day, provide daycare for children, and a place to live.” 

For more information about the Dripping Springs Rental Center, visit To learn more about the Hancock’s mission at EDG Coffee, visit

About Author

Megan Navarro (formerly Wehring) graduated from Texas State University in May 2020 with a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication. In June 2020, she started a summer internship at the Hays Free Press/News-Dispatch through the Dow Jones News Fund and Texas Press Association. She then earned her way to a reporter position later that summer and now, she serves as the editor of the newspaper. Working for a small publication, Navarro wears multiple hats. She has various responsibilities including managing a team of reporters, making editorial decisions, overseeing social media posts, fact checking, writing her own articles and more. Navarro has a heart for storytelling and she believes that journalists are equipped to share the stories that are important to the community.

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