SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Jan. 17, 2015) – On Monday, January 19, Dutch Bros. Granite Bay will be donating proceeds from all sales for the day to support the families of Matt Azar, Kendra Langham and Mathew Beardwitt.
“Our customers are our family. Matt was someone we all got to know and he had been coming through since day one,” said Mattie Place, Dutch Bros. Granite Bay owner. “We were all saddened by this tragedy and know that all we can do is support these families as they move forward.”
Matt, Kendra and Mathew were recently killed in car accident on I-80. Matt had been a daily customer of Dutch Bros. and Kendra and Mathew had worked across the street. “It is so hard when our neighbors and friends are suffering,” said Brian Place. “This is what we can do to help their families and our Dutch family.”
PORTLAND, Ore. (Jan 16, 2015) – On Monday, Jan. 19, Dutch Bros. Coffee is opening a new location at 4455 SE 26th Ave., and will celebrate all day long with free 16-oz. drinks.
From 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. that day at the new location near 26th and Holgate, all 16-oz. drinks will be free, including specialty coffee, smoothies, freezes and our private-label energy drink, Dutch Bros. Blue RebelTM.
Dutch Bros. Coffee is locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Shane and Jenn Roberts. The Roberts' have a location in both Tualatin and Clackamas, with Holgate being their third.
“We are excited to be a part of the local community and make it a priority to give back to local charities, schools and other organizations,” said Shane Roberts, Dutch Bros. Tualatin/Clackamas owner. “We look forward to meeting everyone and developing relationships that last a lifetime.”
The new 4455 SE 26th Ave. location will be open 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
“It’s all about serving the community, said Jen Roberts. "We can't wait to build lasting relationships with those in the SE Portland area.”
Since opening in 2004, The Roberts' have given back over $100,000 to support organizations and causes throughout the community, including the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Tualatin School House Pantry, local schools, and various causes.
“I love that Dutch Bros. gives us a platform to give back to our community,” says Shane. “It’s so much more than just a good cup of coffee.”
Dutch Bros. Central Oregon employs over 50 full-time and part-time local employees.
On January 23rd, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., all 16 oz. drinks will cost $1, including specialty coffees, smoothies, Freezes and our private-label energy drink, the Dutch Bros. Blue RebelTM.
Locally owned and operated by husband and wife duo, Brent and Genesis Wilson, Dutch Bros. Coffee of Fresno opened their first location in 2006, and is preparing to open their third.
“We are really excited to open a new shop,” said Brent Wilson, Dutch Bros. Fresno owner. “It is great to be growing and even better to be able to support the amazing work of Central California Children’s Hospital.”
Dutch Bros. Fresno has been a part of the Fresno community for eight years and has supported numerous local causes. “We want to support our community they way they support us,” said Brent.
BEND, Ore. (Jan, 14 2015) – On Monday, Jan. 12, Dutch Bros. Coffee celebrated the opening of their newest location in south Bend by banding together with the community to raise $2,544 for Bear Creek Elementary School.
To raise funds, Dutch Bros. sold medium drinks for $1, including specialty coffee; smoothies, Freezes and our private-label energy drink Dutch Bros. Blue RebelTM
“The grand opening was a blast,” said Bill Smith, Dutch Bros. Central Oregon owner. “The Bend community is continually supporting us; we have such a great community!”
The new 61223 S. Hwy 97 Location will be open 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
"We are so appreciative of Dutch Bros.’ donation,” said Susan Henry, VP of Bear Creek PTO. “We are able to use the donation to to upgrade the school PA system, benefiting our 700+ students and dual immersion language program.”