Java Jolt now open on East Butler Road

Java Jolt now open on East Butler Road

There are 24 comments on the GreenvilleOnline.com story from Feb 28, 2007, titled Java Jolt now open on East Butler Road. In it, GreenvilleOnline.com reports that:

Java Jolt, the newest drive-through coffee shop in Mauldin, opened for business Feb.

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tsdz

Easley, SC

#23 Feb 28, 2012
I miss Java Jolt! I love the atmosphere, the employees, and the fantastic coffee.
Please open back up soon or at least give us an update so we will stop being disappointed each time we go there and it is still locked up.
coffeegirl

Anderson, SC

#24 Mar 8, 2012
What has happened to Java Jolt? Can anyone give an explanation on why it is closed? I miss it being open and me getting my coffee.
mcjolt

Taylors, SC

#25 Mar 13, 2012
Don't know why they closed suddenly but at work we sure miss them! Not a word on FB or anywhere about why they closed.
Java love

Lyman, SC

#26 Mar 16, 2013
Java Jolt is open for business, although it closed for a short time in February 2012.

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