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Dutch Bros. Coffee co-founder Travis Boersma (center) takes a bite of a pepper as he and a group of employees take part in the ALS Hot Pepper Challenge at the Grants Pass company's Northwest Fourth Street headquarters.

At 11:30 a.m. each Friday, the house DJ who tends to the background music turns down the volume as Dutch Bros. employees gather in the communal area of the company's new headquarters in downtown Grants Pass.

It's time for a Trav Talk.

The crowd of mostly twenty- and thirtysomethings focus their attention on the CEO and co-founder of the coffee company, Travis Boersma, as he launches into a monologue that is part company update, part Tony Robbins-style motivational speech.

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