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Coach Pete Carroll and several Seahawks players donned Starbucks iconic green aprons to serve as guest baristas at 10 store locations. The appearances are part of Seahawks and Starbucks effort to raise funds for A Better Seattle
Media Alert: Coach Pete Carroll and Seahawks players to appear at select Starbucks stores as “Guest Baristas” on Tuesday, Sept. 16 to raise funds for A Better Seattle.
Starbucks, the Schultz Family Foundation and YouthBuild USA are launching a national Retail Excellence Training Program for young people who are not in school or working.
Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman joined Starbucks to host Ohio’s first Solutions City town hall. It is part of a national initiative conceived by Starbucks and the U.S. Conference of Mayors to unite local leaders, non-profit organizations and businesses in solving community challenges.
Starbucks customers have an opportunity to support the young people who benefit from Coach Pete Carroll’s A Better Seattle through a new Seahawks gift card, now available in Washington state Starbucks® Stores.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and Starbucks kick-off “Solutions City” initiative to identify ways to connect young job seekers to opportunities in the 21st Century economy.
The Seattle Seahawks invited several Starbucks partners to a job shadow experience at the VMAC during their last public training camp before the 2014-15 football season begins.
Starbucks China announced a RMB1.5 million donation to support the disaster relief work in the earthquake-hit regions of Yunnan’s Ludian county.