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Starbucks to open its first sign-language friendly coffee shop in the U.S.

Starbucks has announced that it will open its first U.S.-based sign-language friendly store in Washington, D.C.

Slated to open in October, the company said the store is part of its latest efforts to connect with “diverse communities.” 389 more words

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Reusable coffee mugs and where to get them!

This year a lot of big companies have been attempting to make small changes that prove their ‘care for the environment’ and so that they are being ‘more green’ and the most popular one recently is companies either only giving out plastic straws is asked, charging for plastic straws or outright banning them. 889 more words

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Starbucks First 'Signing Store' Will Let People Order In Sign Language

(CBS) — Starbucks announced Thursday that they will open its first American “Signing Store,” in Washington D.C. this fall, which will be designed with the deaf community in mind. 354 more words

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Starbucks To Open Store In Washington, DC Where All Workers Will Know Sign Language

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WASHINGTON (CBS) — A unique Starbucks is getting ready to open in Washington, D.C., as all the workers there are required to be proficient in sign language. 65 more words

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Starbucks To Open First US 'Signing Store' Geared Toward Deaf Community

(CBSNEWS) – Starbucks announced Thursday that they will open its first American “Signing Store,” in Washington D.C. this fall, which will be designed with the deaf community in mind. 370 more words

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Owlie McGraw

Owlie McGraw is my new best friend. She wraps around my seatbelt strap to prevent it from irritating my delicate skin. I purchased her last week on my first trip to Dollywood, and I seriously love her. 151 more words

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See Starbucks' straw-free lid


Starbucks announced that it will phase out plastic straws from all of its stores by 2020. Instead, it will offer a cup with a raised lid you can drink from or eco-friendly paper straws. 9 more words

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