Every day we hear a story about how Dutch Bros. impacted somebody’s life.
MERIDIAN, Idaho (PRWEB) October 04, 2013
On Saturday, Oct. 12, Dutch Bros. Coffee is opening its fourth Meridian location at 5072 N. Linder Rd. and will give away free drinks all day, from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.
All 16-oz. drinks will be free, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private-label, flavor-infused energy drink.
“We are so blessed to live where we live and be a part of so many different people’s lives,” said local-owner operators Jeff and Meegan Yarnall. “Every day we hear a story about how Dutch Bros. impacted somebody’s life.”
It is that giving spirit, positivity and quality coffee hand-roasted in Oregon that have made Dutch Bros. Coffee such a success.
Like the other three Meridian locations, the Linder Rd. location will be open 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week.
Dutch Bros. Meridian employs 53 upbeat, fun-loving employees and was recently named as one the Best Places to Work in Idaho by Idaho Business Review and Populus, a marketing and research firm.
This will be the 18th Dutch Bros. Coffee in Idaho. To locate other Idaho Dutch Bros., visit http://www.dutchbros.com/locations or get the Dutch Bros. Coffee iPhone app.
For the latest news on other fundraisers and community events, follow Dutch Bros. Meridian at facebook.com/DutchBrosMeridianID.
Local owner-operators Jeff and Meegan Yarnall believe in not just customer service but customer impact.
“We are so blessed to live where we live and be a part of so many different people’s lives,” said Jeff and Meegan. “Every day we hear a story about how Dutch Bros. impacted somebody’s life.”
Afghanistan veteran Ty Ulmer was so touched by Dutch Bros. that, after losing his leg and returning to the U.S., he wanted to cover his prosthetic leg in Dutch Bros. Coffee stickers. Jeff and Meegan found every sticker they could and were honored to help decorate a hero.
Jeff and Meegan also feel very fortunate to be on the Board of Directors for Boys & Girls Club of Ada County. They were proud to report that the 2013 Boys & Girls Club Wild West Auction that they co-chaired raised $400,000 for Meridian’s youth. “We love being part of such a great organization,” they said.
Since Jeff and Meegan opened their first store in 2007, they have given back $79,744 to local causes, including American Cancer Society Relay for Life, Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County, Meridian Food Bank, the Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council, Autism Speaks, Idaho Humane Society, the Muscular Dystrophy Association and local schools.
“We just love our community. That’s the biggest thing,” said Jeff and Meegan.
Dutch Bros. Meridian employs 53 upbeat, fun-loving baristas and was recently named as one the Best Places to Work in Idaho by Idaho Business Review and Populus, a marketing and research firm.
4 MERIDIAN LOCATIONS, open 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week
2170 E. Overland Rd. • 1701 W. Franklin Rd. • 1351 E. Fairview Ave. • 5072 N. Linder Rd.