Starbucks to give away coffee to help the environment

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Starbucks to give away coffee to help the environment

Starbucks Korea said yesterday that it will be participating in an annual environmental campaign organized by the Seoul Metropolitan Government at Seoul Square near City Hall Station next Tuesday.

As part of its own event, the Seattle-based coffee chain will be distributing free tumblers to the first 5,000 Seoulites that bring 10 paper cups of any brand.

The event will start at 11 a.m. Also, as part of the campaign, Starbucks Korea said that from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on the same day, consumers that bring their own tumblers or multipurpose cups to any of the 620 nationwide stores will receive a free cup of coffee

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