The American Conservatives has released a new report about Starbucks’ latest ad campaign.
The new campaign, titled “Starbucks is family friendly,” is designed to encourage families to enjoy their favorite coffee and drink more in the store.
The campaign includes three scenes that feature coffee-drinking families, a couple drinking together and a couple with kids.
The three scenes have been re-animated with a new, more upbeat, theme.
The brand released the new ad in response to criticism from celebrities, who have questioned Starbucks’ stance on the issue of gender-based violence against women in the workplace.
Last month, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz issued a statement on behalf of the company.
The statement reads in part:We strive to be inclusive in our workplaces.
We strive to support all of our associates in their day-to-day lives, and we encourage our team to be open and honest about the many challenges and barriers that come with being a family-owned company.
We know that we have an important role to play in creating a more inclusive workplace.
We are committed to helping create an environment where everyone feels valued and supported regardless of gender.
We are grateful to our associates, our team and our customers for their continued support of this important cause.
We want to take a moment to thank the thousands of women and girls who have made it a priority to speak out on this important issue, and to express our gratitude for the incredible work that is being done by all of you to help make the world a better place.
We know that Starbucks will continue to grow and prosper as a company and as a family.
We will continue our efforts to make sure that everyone feels welcome and valued no matter their gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, or disability.