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In June 2004 in Cleveland, when the mother of one serviceman called her local Starbucks to arrange for the shipping of some java to her son, the employees at that store insisted on paying for 30 pounds of coffee as their gift.
As to another of the claims made in the e-mail, while it is true someone working at a New York City Starbucks did indeed charge ambulance workers 0 for three cases of water on September 11, 2001, it would not be quite fair to say Starbucks did this.
When Starbucks learned of the original email, we immediately contacted the author, a Marine Sergeant, who subsequently sent an e-mail to his original distribution list correcting the mistake.
As a War vet and writing to you patriots I feel we should get this out in the open.
He pounded out his thoughts into the form of an e-mail, which he mailed to ten of his friends.
It is that e-mail which continues to circulate to this day. Wright has since learned that what he heard was in error, and he has subsequently tried to set things right by issuing the following retraction: Dear Readers, Almost 5 months ago I sent an email to you my faithful friends. I heard from word of mouth about how Starbucks said they didn’t support the war and all. They have personally contacted me and I have been sent many of their Company’s policy on this issue. Wright has been unable to produce the reply his buddy supposedly received from Starbucks, and the folks at Starbucks deny engaging in any correspondence on such matter prior to this rumor coming along.
That viral missive proclaimed that Starbucks had not only refused a request for free product from some U. Marines serving in Iraq, but had retorted that “they don’t support the war [in Iraq] and anyone in it”I have indeed confirmed the fact that Starbucks charged rescue workers 0.00 for 3 cases of bottled water on September 11, 2001, so the following info that was passed on to me would not be surprising to me at all!!
Dear everyone: Please pass this along to anyone you know, this needs to get out in the open.