In anticipation of Valentine’s Day, the community-minded Starbucks Baristas paid a visit to an elderly home run by SABA, the local foundation for the elderly. They came loaded with treats, bringing sugar-free Starbucks coffee, tea and yummy pastries for the residents of the elderly home to enjoy. During their visit, the Baristas gave the elderly the royal treatment, telling stories, singing, dancing and chatting, even engaging in some rousing games of Dominos.
As you can see from the smiles all around, a good time was had by everyone, as the Starbucks Baristas and Aruba’s Grandparents celebrated Valentine’s Day in communion.
Community events are very important in the world of Starbucks Coffee, as the company continuously strives to show that it provides more than just a cup of coffee. Starbucks will be celebrating its 40th anniversary in the month of March, so patrons may expect many special events and promotions in the following month.
With two locations on the island, at the Renaissance Mall and at the Renaissance Marketplace, Starbucks was very well received on the island, and its business practices continue to have a very positive impact on the community it serves.