A new Starbucks marketing campaign aims to highlight the company’s military veteran and spouse workforce while increasing understanding between military and civilian communities, a Starbucks official said. The campaign, launched today, features a 30 second and 60 second TV and digital spot as well as an online ad component on a variety of major sites, including Military.com. For more details, see this Spousebuzz post. For veteran job listings nationwide, tips and resources, visit the Military.com Veteran Jobs Center.
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