Starbucks Ceramic Travel Mug Online HALFPRICE TESCO
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Starbucks Ceramic Travel Mug Online HALFPRICE TESCO

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Found 17th Jan 2014
My first post Down from £10.00 cheapest I can find it at a fiver, Ideal to have at work, on the move etc...

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Welcome to HUKD! Thank you for your post, don't worry about the negative response, the main reason that it is happening is HUKDealers either don't like the product or they think it should be cheaper, not a particular reason to vote cold I know but keep up your hard work

Original Poster

brrr.. feel a draft.. maybe not then..

biggss2

brrr.. feel a draft.. maybe not then..



To many trolls on this site now lol

Anything to do with Starbucks tends to go cold on here. I think it's a good deal though. Thank you

I love this I had one last year and broke it (my own fault) good for the price! X

Voted hot!!

STAR = ISREAL
BUCKS = MONEY

= MONEY FOR ISRAEL.

give your local coffee shop your money instead!

Don't worry about it, the Harrods deal will over shadow this.

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burmingum

STAR = ISREAL BUCKS = MONEY= MONEY FOR ISRAEL. give your local coffee … STAR = ISREAL BUCKS = MONEY= MONEY FOR ISRAEL. give your local coffee shop your money instead!



On that basis, Il be returning mine.. problem is, alot of what we eat/drink goes there.. where do you draw the line...I mean TESCO itself, israeli found.. if you know what i mean..

Original Poster

burmingum

STAR = ISREAL BUCKS = MONEY= MONEY FOR ISRAEL. give your local coffee … STAR = ISREAL BUCKS = MONEY= MONEY FOR ISRAEL. give your local coffee shop your money instead!



Off the *bucks website, dont know how true it is?
Questions and Answers
Is it true that Starbucks provides financial support to Israel?

No. This is absolutely untrue. Rumors that Starbucks Coffee Company provides financial support to the Israeli government and/or the Israeli Army are unequivocally false. Starbucks is a publicly held company and as such, is required to disclose any corporate giving each year through a proxy statement. In addition, articles in the London Telegraph (U.K.), New Straits Times (Malaysia), and Spiked (online) provide an outside perspective on these false rumors.



Has Starbucks ever sent any of its profits to the Israeli government and/or Israeli army?

No. This is absolutely untrue.



Is it true that Starbucks is teaming with other American corporations to send their last several weeks of profits to the Israeli government and/or the Israeli Army?

No. This is absolutely untrue.



Is it true that Starbucks closed its stores in Israel for political reasons?

No. We do not make business decisions based on political issues. We decided to dissolve our partnership in Israel in 2003 due to the on-going operational challenges that we experienced in that market. After many months of discussion with our partner we came to this amicable decision. While this was a difficult decision for both companies, we believe it remains the right decision for our businesses.



Middle East Partnership and Operations
Do you work with a Middle East partner to operate Starbucks stores?

Through a licensing agreement with trading partner and licensee MH Alshaya WLL, a private Kuwait family business, Starbucks has operated in the Middle East since 1999. Today Alshaya Group, recognized as one of the leading and most influential retailing franchisees in the region, operates more than 230 Starbucks stores in the Middle East and Levant region. In addition to its Starbucks stores, the Alshaya Group operates more than 1,700 other retail stores in the region, providing jobs for more than 15,000 employees of more than 35 nationalities.

We are extremely fortunate and proud to have forged a successful partnership for the past ten years and look forward to building on this success.



In which Middle Eastern countries do you operate?

We partner with Alshaya Group to operate Starbucks stores in Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emerites in the Middle East region. We are fortunate to have the opportunity to work with so many communities, and we are committed to providing the Starbucks Experience while respecting the local customs and cultures of each country we are a part of. We are also committed to hiring locally, providing jobs to thousands of local citizens in the countries where we operate.



Are you still operating Starbucks stores in Israel? If not, do you have plans to re-open should the opportunity arise?

We decided to dissolve our partnership in Israel in 2003 due to the on-going operational challenges that we experienced in that market.

When and where the business case makes sense and we see a fit for the Starbucks brand in a market we will work closely with a local partner to assess the feasibility of offering our brand to that community. We will therefore continue to assess all opportunities on this basis. At present, we will continue to grow our business in the Middle East as we have been very gratified by the strong reception of the brand in the region. We continue to work closely with our business partner, the Alshaya Group, in developing our plans for the region.


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When did political views storm HUKD lol?

Original Poster

pls expire.. thank you.

Thanks for posting! Just bought one

Thankyou, was going to get one like this from Boots but couldn't be bothered to wait for it to come back in stock!

"Through a licensing agreement with trading partner and licensee MH Alshaya WLL, a private Kuwait family business"

HAHAHAHAHAHA Kuwaitis are US lapdogs all the way, thus lapdogs of the Israelis too.

PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL COFFEE/ TEA SHOPS! they are cheaper and will be loyal in paying their taxes to this country and not supporting apartheid!

Politics matters in this place as in any other. Anything that helps people make decisions on what they pay for is as important as how much they pay.

biggss2

Off the *bucks website, dont know how true it is? Questions and AnswersIs … Off the *bucks website, dont know how true it is? Questions and AnswersIs it true that Starbucks provides financial support to Israel?No. This is absolutely untrue. Rumors that Starbucks Coffee Company provides financial support to the Israeli government and/or the Israeli Army are unequivocally false. Starbucks is a publicly held company and as such, is required to disclose any corporate giving each year through a proxy statement. In addition, articles in the London Telegraph (U.K.), New Straits Times (Malaysia), and Spiked (online) provide an outside perspective on these false rumors.Has Starbucks ever sent any of its profits to the Israeli government and/or Israeli army?No. This is absolutely untrue.Is it true that Starbucks is teaming with other American corporations to send their last several weeks of profits to the Israeli government and/or the Israeli Army?No. This is absolutely untrue.Is it true that Starbucks closed its stores in Israel for political reasons?No. We do not make business decisions based on political issues. We decided to dissolve our partnership in Israel in 2003 due to the on-going operational challenges that we experienced in that market. After many months of discussion with our partner we came to this amicable decision. While this was a difficult decision for both companies, we believe it remains the right decision for our businesses.Middle East Partnership and OperationsDo you work with a Middle East partner to operate Starbucks stores?Through a licensing agreement with trading partner and licensee MH Alshaya WLL, a private Kuwait family business, Starbucks has operated in the Middle East since 1999. Today Alshaya Group, recognized as one of the leading and most influential retailing franchisees in the region, operates more than 230 Starbucks stores in the Middle East and Levant region. In addition to its Starbucks stores, the Alshaya Group operates more than 1,700 other retail stores in the region, providing jobs for more than 15,000 employees of more than 35 nationalities.We are extremely fortunate and proud to have forged a successful partnership for the past ten years and look forward to building on this success.In which Middle Eastern countries do you operate?We partner with Alshaya Group to operate Starbucks stores in Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emerites in the Middle East region. We are fortunate to have the opportunity to work with so many communities, and we are committed to providing the Starbucks Experience while respecting the local customs and cultures of each country we are a part of. We are also committed to hiring locally, providing jobs to thousands of local citizens in the countries where we operate.Are you still operating Starbucks stores in Israel? If not, do you have plans to re-open should the opportunity arise?We decided to dissolve our partnership in Israel in 2003 due to the on-going operational challenges that we experienced in that market.When and where the business case makes sense and we see a fit for the Starbucks brand in a market we will work closely with a local partner to assess the feasibility of offering our brand to that community. We will therefore continue to assess all opportunities on this basis. At present, we will continue to grow our business in the Middle East as we have been very gratified by the strong reception of the brand in the region. We continue to work closely with our business partner, the Alshaya Group, in developing our plans for the region.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Look on point 1 of this Zionist page:

jerusalemchai.org/con…134

kind of blows your argument out of the water!

Great thank you for posting orederd two HEAT ADDED RED HOT
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