Scooter’s Coffee Marks Opening of First Location in Parsons with Day of Giving

Store to Donate 100 Percent of Grand Opening Proceeds to YouCanFreeUs Foundation

 Parsons, KS July 8 2019 – Scooter’s Coffee is celebrating the company’s debut in Parsons at 1506 Main St. by giving back to an important cause. On Friday, July 19, the company will host a Grand Opening celebration and donate 100 percent of proceeds from the day to the YouCanFreeUS Foundation, an international human rights organization that is fighting modern slavery around the world through advocacy, rescue and rehabilitation.           

In addition to contributing to the cause, customers will have the opportunity to receive giveaways throughout the day:

·        9 a.m. – First 50 customers will receive a free t-shirt with purchase

·        12 p.m. – First 50 customers will receive a free Scooter’s Coffee mug with purchase

·        2 p.m. – First 50 customers will receive a $5 Scooter’s Coffee gift card with purchase

“Parsons is an ideal fit for our drive-thru specialty coffee concept,” stated Mike Rogers, Chief Operating Officer of Scooter’s Coffee. “In addition, The community exemplifies Scooter’s Coffee’s core values of Integrity, Love, Humility and Courage in action. We are honored for the opportunity to create an amazing experience day in and day out for all of our customers in Parsons.”                                                                                                                  


  • Occurred Friday, July 19th, 2019 @ 6:00 am – 8:00 pm


Scooter's Coffee

1506 Main St
Parsons, KS 67357

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