When Starbucks opened their big pricey latte mouth about hiring thousands of refugees, they served themselves an all-American #BoycottStarbucks hashtag on Twitter, closing the door to future business from thousands of their ex-customers!
This hurts because Starbucks Americano has been my favorite drink for a while, but I’m not going back. I’ll get coffee from the damn gas station if that’s all that’s available. I’m not big on other chains. Their quality just isn’t that great. I’m in it for the boost, not the taste. It’s like crack to me, but crack with antioxidants and I’m not peeling my face off like a meth addict.
Unfortunately, in my neighborhood, there are no independent shops to buy from.
Thankfully I have the Internet to shop on. That’s where Black Rifle Coffee Company steps up to fill the Starbucks void. Not only do they sell high powered beans, they’re also pledging to fill another gap left by ritzy Starbucks. They pledge to hire 10,000 Veterans to match the refugees hired by Starbucks.
Their company is a little smaller, so that may take some time, but they’re Veteran owned so there’s honesty and values at their core.
When one door closes, another door opens. The Black Rifle Coffee Company will (theoretically) stomp their boot hard on the throat of Starbucks. It’s time to pick up the slack where liberal owned Starbucks failed to deliver. To hire thousands of refugees before Americans in need, particularly veterans who fought for the freedom for people to own their own business and become bazillionaires like the CEO from Starbucks, Howard Schultz, is a total D*CK MOVE by the Seattle company.
Starbucks had a chance to become Americas most favorite coffee, even with their diabetic unfriendly high sugar/high-calorie drinks. But now they’re America’s most hated brand and the Black Rifle Coffee Company is going to shoot the lights out on the sales market.
They’re stepping up in rank and doing something that Starbucks is not, loving America and taking care of veterans.
Allen B West reports – a veteran-owned coffee company, the Black Rifle Coffee Company, took notice, and in response is now vowing to hire 10,000 veterans. While Starbucks sells Cascara Latte’s and Espresso Con Panna’s, Black Rifle Coffee Company sells roasts that go by the name, “Caffeine and Hate”, “Blackbeard’s Delight”, and “Murdered Out.”
As you’d assume from their pro-2A stance, the company has conservative leanings.
Following Starbuck’s announcement about their refugee hiring plan, Black Rifle announced on a social media channel, “Black Rifle Coffee Vows to Hire 10,000 Veterans.” While BRCC is unlikely to have a need for 10,000 new employees this year, the commitment to hiring veterans is not new and has been a bedrock of their hiring practices since Evan founded the company, “Black Rifle Coffee has [always] vowed to hire Veterans and Patriots, we didn’t adopt this vow on the heels of anything to drive a bullsh*t touchy feely false sales projection!”
For those veterans looking to work hard for a paycheck, they can apply by emailing [email protected]
Of course, there are some people who are losers about this. Take this guy for example. He doesn’t even live in America. Nice Tweet, bro- said no one ever.
There is a #boycottStarbucks going around because they’re pledging to hire refugees, you know what that means? time to get some Starbucks
— Shafeeq (@Y2SHAF) January 30, 2017
Then we have awesome America loving, Veteran supporting, all around good people like this.
Starbucks pledged to hire 10,000 refugees over the next 5 years.
We currently have 50,000 homeless veterans in the US.#BoycottStarbucks
— Educating Liberals (@Education4Libs) January 30, 2017
We need more people like Pamela Moore to step up and be amazing, patriotic, and support our own people before others.
If we took care of our own first, then we could take care of MORE others later.
Think about that.
While you’re thinking, head over to the Black Rifle Coffee Company to try their beans. I bought the Just Black Rounds for my K-Cup machine.
I supported them. You should too.
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