- “We are filling in the gap where other men have abandoned ship,” the company says on its website.
- Wiles referenced Starbucks’ support for Planned Parenthood. Starbucks matches employers’ donations to the abortion provider.
- “They support death – and we support life,” Wiles toldFox News. “We’ve been passionate about coffee for a long time… and we said, ‘Look, why don’t we do something more than just sell coffee?’”
- The campaign, Wiles added, helps counter the problem of fatherlessness.
A new coffee company that calls itself the “anti-Starbucks” is offering free cars to 100 single moms – all in the name of Christ. Burly Man Coffee , which launched in December, says the campaign mirrors its slogan: “Be Kind. Drink Great Coffee.” “As a Christian [company,] we’re supposed to be the hands and feet of Jesus,” company founder Jeremy Wiles told Fox News. “I don’t think you’re supposed to go to church on Sunday and just pretend to be a Christian through the week. There’s a lot of Christians across the country that share the same values as Burly Man Coffee.” The single mom’s campaign started in March. “We are filling in the gap where other men have abandoned ship,” the company says on its website. Wiles referenced Starbucks’ support for Planned Parenthood. Starbucks matches employers’ donations to […]
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