April 19, 2017

New Redmond Dutch Bros. raises more than $3,500 for Beulah's Place

From Dutch Bros. Coffee:


REDMOND, Ore. (April 19, 2017– On Friday, Apr. 14, Dutch Bros Redmond celebrated opening its Hwy 97 location by raising $3,554 for Beulah’s Place.

The Local nonprofit focuses on providing homeless teens and at-risk kids with help, healing and hope, as well as leading them away from sexual exploitation by criminals and predators.

To raise the funds, and celebrate its grand opening, the Redmond Dutch Bros on Hwy 97 sold all medium drinks for $1. Those proceeds totaled $3,554, and they will directly benefit at-risk youth in the Redmond area.

You can follow the Redmond Dutch Bros’ story on Facebook at facebook.com/DutchBrosCentralOR or on Instagram @instagram.com/dutchbros_centralor
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About Dutch Bros Redmond
Dutch Bros Central Oregon opened the doors to it first location in Bend, Ore. on June 25, 2004, beginning Bill and Carol Smith’s Dutch Bros journey. After retiring from his own resource management company, Bill began to look for an opportunity where he could positively impact the community he loves to be able to spend time with his family, and help grow them into servant leaders in their community.

Soon, Dutch Bros Central Oregon grew, expanding from Bend into Sisters and Redmond. They opened nine locations as their daughter Kaelyn grew up with the leadership, and culture of Dutch Bros. She fell in love with the company, just as her parents did. She loved positively impacting the community she calls home and to instill leadership skills and a sense of connection with the baristas.

“Josh and I were given an incredible opportunity to partner with my parents after working with the company for over ten years,” said Kaelyn Costa. “We love Dutch Bros and wanted to make it our lifelong career.”
Never forgetting the culture, or the knowledge they were able to gain with Bill and Carol experience and investment into the pair’s compelling future. Kaelyn and Josh will continue Dutch Bros Central Oregon’s legacy of giving back and growing their employees into servant leaders.

“Expect to fall in love with our broistas’ and the fun, family environment we offer at Dutch Bros,” said Josh Costa

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