Kahwa in Downtown Tampa to give out free coffee to voters on Election Day

Exterior of a Coffee Shop, with a closeup of a latte being mixed

Kahwa Coffee will distribute $1,000 worth of free coffee on Election Day in Downtown Tampa courtesy of Farah & Farah, a leading Florida personal injury law firm.

This is part of the law firm’s Vote Boldly campaign, an upbeat initiative created to increase and encourage voter engagement on election day in key cities throughout Florida. 

The acclaimed 40-year-old law firm is teaming up with Kahwa Coffee, in addition to 3 other local coffee shops to give away thousands of dollars worth of coffee to help awaken Florida voters to act boldly by casting their vote. 

Here’s how to get your free cup of Kahwa Coffee on Election Day:

On Election Day, November 3, Farah & Farah is inviting Floridians to enjoy a free cup of coffee, up to $5, at the locally-owned and operated Kahwa Coffee located at 808 N Tampa Street.

All voters have to do is present an “I Voted” sticker or proof that they voted by mail (a photo or verbal commitment is sufficient) to receive a free cup of their choice.

Participating Coffee Shops:

“Voting is our fundamental right and duty as Americans, and this year it’s more critical than ever,” said Eddie Farah, founder and managing partner at Farah & Farah in a release. “Our firm is committed to civic engagement, and we launched Vote Boldly to help inspire  Floridians to get out and vote. Since local coffee shops are often a cornerstone of any community, we are partnering with some of the best in Florida to reach voters on Election Day.”

For any questions regarding the election, consult That’s So Tampa’s Hillsborough Voting Guide.

Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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