Coffee shops are popping up all over the country, offering free coffees to anyone who shows up in the store for a free beverage.
The concept of free drinks is nothing new, but a new twist has emerged.
The new idea is a coffee bar called the Coffee Exchange.
The coffee bar has been going around in various coffee shops in the San Francisco Bay Area for the past few weeks, and according to the site, the goal of the Coffee exchange is to “share a taste of home and a community with a community of friends.”
“We want to bring people together by giving them a little something to drink, and give them the chance to learn and have fun while doing so,” the site says.
It also says that if you’re a local coffee shop that isn’t participating in the program, you can sign up for free and be the first to enjoy coffee, which is also free of charge.
The coffee exchange website says that it hopes to serve up coffee to those who are new to the city, and the website is updated daily with information on how to participate.
The website lists the locations that are participating, and if you go to any of the locations you’ll find a sign that reads, “Coffee Exchange is here to help you make the right coffee decision.”
It’s not clear what type of coffee will be served, but it appears to be a blend of coffee from other coffee shops.
The site says the coffee bar is open on Sundays, which means you could get a free cup of joe for a Sunday if you don’t want to wait for the bar to open at 6 p.m.
The website says the Coffee is Good Coffee Association, which provides free coffee for coffee enthusiasts, is sponsoring the Coffee Express Coffee Bar.
The Coffee Exchange says that all of the coffee bars in the Bay Area will be participating.
A group of coffee shops, including The Coffee Store, started a coffee shop-free campaign earlier this month, and it seems that they’re still going strong.
Starbucks, which has a large coffee shop presence in the city of San Francisco, announced in January that it would be offering free coffee to all of its customers for a month.
Starbucks says that free coffee will run through March 15.
In addition, Starbucks is offering a $25 gift card for any coffee shop or cafe that signs up for the Coffee Exchanges program, and that the gift card will be valid for a year.