Dutch Bros. Coffee Raises Over $35,000 for Children’s Organizations on Mother’s Day

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (May 15, 2013) — The totals are in, and Dutch Bros. Coffee locations in Josephine, Jackson and Klamath Counties raised $35,967 for local children’s organizations with their Mother’s Day event.

Josephine and Klamath County locations, owned by company co-founder Travis Boersma, raised $28,367 for Make-A-Wish Oregon, which grants wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. These wishes are meant to enrich the human experience with hope strength and joy.

Jackson County locations, locally owned and operated by Ty Sullivan, raised $7,600 for local youth organization Kids Unlimited. “We are always so happy to work with organizations in our community that provide opportunity, care and support to our children,” said Ty Sullivan, Dutch Bros. Jackson County owner.

All Josephine, Jackson and Klamath County locations donated proceeds that day. To encourage participation Dutch Bros. gave customers who purchased large drinks a loyalty card filled with nine of the ten required stamps for a free drink.

About Dutch Bros. Coffee
Dutch Bros. Coffee is the country’s largest privately held, drive-through coffee company, with over 215 locations and over 2,500 employees in seven states.

Serving specialty coffee drinks, smoothies, freezes, teas and a private-label Dutch Bros. Blue Rebel™ energy drink, Dutch Bros. is known for a special focus on its communities and customers.

Dutch Bros. Coffee was ranked by J.D. Power and Associates as highest in customer satisfaction compared to other coffee companies in its 2012 and 2013 Specialty Coffee Retailer Satisfaction Reports.

Dutch Bros. Coffee is headquartered in Grants Pass, Ore., and was founded in 1992 by dairy farmer brothers of Dutch descent. To learn more about Dutch Bros., visit www.dutchbros.com.


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