Starbucks Military Commitment

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Since 2013, Starbucks has hired over 10,000 veterans and military spouses. And they’re committed to hiring 15,000 more. See how Veterans and military spouses are changing perspectives and Starbucks for the better every day. Find out more:

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  1. 6519841985
    6519841985 Sep 12, 2017

    Just don't try to bring a firearm onto their property if you carry a firearm for protection. Guess they don't mind hiring vets but don't want anyone to be able to protect themselves. Hope bad guys obey their policy..

  2. 18155163
    18155163 Sep 13, 2017

    Hmm the same clown, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz pronouncement: The coffee company would hire 10,000 refugees over the next five years. Step-down but not out and has not changed its stance, It promises to military commitment is lip service at best to protect their bottom line only. He will continue as executive chairman of the company. Schultz will be replaced as CEO by Starbucks President and Chief Operating Officer Kevin Johnson, assumed the position of CEO on April 3rd.

  3. 9218261
    9218261 Sep 13, 2017

    The CEO says if you don't believe in hmos stay out of their stores

  4. Bob_Calhoun
    Bob_Calhoun Sep 14, 2017

    Starbucks is pandering to the military. Their CEO also supports liberals who burn, trample and disrespect both the military, the Police and our flag. For years we went to Starbucks 3 to 4 times a week to sit and relax with friends. Our family no longer go to Starbucks because we don't feel welcome there any more.

  5. 35087059
    35087059 Sep 18, 2017

    What about Starbucks giving vets a discount on there products. That would really get vets into there coffee shops. There are so many coffee shops that do.

  6. 35309488
    35309488 Sep 18, 2017

    As a conceal carry vet I do not go anywhere my gun is not welcomed. Sorry Starbucks but that is how I feel.

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