Scooter’s Coffee will honor active and retired military on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, with free drinks of any size. The franchise will also provide customers with the opportunity to show their support through a partnership with Wounded Warrior Family Services (WWFS), an organization dedicated to assisting the families of those wounded, injured or killed in action.
On Sunday, Nov. 11, and Monday, Nov. 12, Scooter’s Coffee customers will be able to add a dollar donation for WWFS to their order.
“We are thrilled to be working with Scooter’s Coffee locations this Veterans Day to improve the quality of life for our combat-wounded veterans and their families,” said Colonel John Folsom (ret.), president of WWFS. “Our important mission relies on the generosity of companies like Scooter’s Coffee and patriotic Americans like Scooter’s Coffee customers. Without their kindness, the military families who’ve sacrificed so much for our freedom would not have the support they need and deserve.”
Beyond Veterans Day, Scooter's is a member of the International Franchise Association (“IFA”) and supports the IFA’s VetFran program. If you are an honorably discharged veteran who meets Scooter’s Coffee’s qualifications to be a franchisee, you will receive a $20,000 product credit from affiliate company Harvest Roasting for use in the first year of operation for your first store. For more details on the IFA program, see VetFran.com.