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Kennewick Pasco Dutch Bros. Rock Pink Fighting Cancer

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Rocking the Pink at Dutch Bros. Rocking the Pink at Dutch Bros.

Kennewick, Wash. - Baristas at Dutch Bros. have been grinding out coffee orders today to help fight cancer.

The lines have been long all day at the coffee stands in Kennewick and Pasco, with all profits going to the Tri-Cities Cancer Center. The money will go toward raising awareness and providing mammograms to women in the Tri-Cities.

"We've learned that if you give you get," says Nate Frary. He and his wife own the Kennewick stores. "It's a good way for us to allow anybody and everybody to come through, get a good cup of coffee, see us, and help support the cancer center at the same time. So it's a win win."

This is the fourth year Frary has held the fundraiser. He says last year Pink Out Day raised nearly $10,000. He hopes to top that this year.  

Coffee drinkers can also buy a travel cup to support the fight against cancer.

  Dutch Bros. will continue its fundraiser until 10 p.m. Tuesday. The 24-hour store in Kennewick will continue until 5 a.m. Wednesday.

The Kennewick stores at located at 4305 W. Clearwater Avenue, 731 N. Columbia Center Blvd., and 3 W. Columbia Drive. The Pasco Dutch Bros. is across from Trac at 6609 Burden Blvd.