Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii Salutes Hardworking Military Service Personnel with Free Coffee on Veterans Day

Bad Ass Coffee Veterans Day

This Veterans Day, Thursday, November 11,

Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii is saying “mahalo” (thank you) to America’s hardworking military service personnel by offering a free medium cup of brewed coffee* at 17 of its locations nationwide.

Participating locations are:






8363 W. Van Buren

Miramar Beach:

1708 Scenic Gulf Drive


Salt Lake City:

3530 South State St.




1307 Third Street South


West Jordan:

7794 South Gardner Stop Way


14101 Main St.


Pensacola Beach:

10447 Sorrento Road



Rancho Cucamonga:      

11460 Kenyon Way


Santa Rosa Beach:

17 Uptown Grayton Circle

Virginia Beach:

619 18th St.

San Diego:

9878 Carmel Mountain Rd.





Santa Rosa:

– 140 Stony Point Rd.

– 90 Mark West Springs Rd.



– 685 South Limestone

– 3070 Lakecrest Circle











2990 North Speer Blvd.


675 E. 10th St.

*Offer excludes Kona coffee

Beyond its Veterans Day offer, Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii has a long-standing commitment to honoring our nation’s military. In 2006, Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii answered the call of a staff sergeant deploying to Iraq who felt that having Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii’s “good and strong” coffee would not only help him on duty, but it would also be a “connection to home.”

This simple request led to the creation of Cup O’ Joe for a Soldier, a program that continues to this day and has shipped nearly 15,000 bags of coffee to service personnel around the world. On Veterans Day and throughout the year, Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii accepts donations at to help keep coffee and a taste of home flowing to those who serve overseas.

To further bolster the Cup O’ Joe for a Soldier program, Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii recently partnered with Packages From Home, an organization that serves military members stationed or deployed overseas with requested food, hygiene and entertainment items to boost morale and quality of life.

“At Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii, we believe that no one should have to drink bad coffee, especially those who work hard to keep us safe and free,” said Scott Snyder, CEO of Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii. “On Veterans Day and always, we salute our active duty and retired military and sincerely thank them for their service.”