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Starbucks Offering 12 Cent Coffee On 'Blue Friday'

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Stabucks stores across Washington, including here in Spokane, will be participating in "Blue Friday" on January 17th and offer 12 cent coffee to anyone wearing Seahawks gear. The event is to support the Seahawks as they battle SF on Sunday Stabucks stores across Washington, including here in Spokane, will be participating in "Blue Friday" on January 17th and offer 12 cent coffee to anyone wearing Seahawks gear. The event is to support the Seahawks as they battle SF on Sunday
SPOKANE, Wash. - If you're looking to get some extra jolt in your system as you head into NFC Championship weekend, Starbucks is willing to help. 

In Starbucks stores across Washington this Friday, January 17th, any customer wearing Seahawk colors can buy a tall brewed coffee for just 12 cents at participating licensed stores. The event is being dubbed as "Blue Friday," and the 12 cent pricetag serves as a tribute to the 12th man as fans across the state will be cheering on the Seahawks as they battle the 49ers for a chance to play in this year's Super Bowl. 

Go Hawks!
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