From a press release:
“Starting in the new year, DC Disloyalty cards will be available throughout the city for local coffee shop customers to pick up and use when they buy coffee. This is a free program to participate in, just pick up a card at a participating shop. [Peregrine Espresso, Filter, The Coffee Bar, Chinatown Coffee Company, La Mano, Blind Dog Cafe]
The premise is simple: instead of a loyalty card for one shop that offers a reward after several repeat visits, the disloyalty card rewards a local coffee lover who visits all six shops on the back of the card, collecting a stamp at each location. They can then return a completed card to a shop of their choice for a free coffee beverage.
Full instructions, explanation of the program and more on the Disloyalty philosophy can be found at the program’s website: dcdisloyal.tumblr.com which is also listed on the back of the card, along with the tag #dcdisloyal, participants can use when they share their Disloyalty adventures on Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr. 500 cards are available for pickup.
The program is a collaboration between two coffee professionals Dawn Shanks and Christy Pelton. Dawn organized the project and reached out to shops for participation, Christy also a local graphic designer designed the cards and set up the website. Baristas in DC already embrace the spirit of the program they often visit different shops than their own to stay curious and visit friends who work behind other counters. The card program strives not only to encourage people to drink coffee at locally owned shops, but also to get people to explore the city more through the neighborhoods each shop is in, making more of DC feel like home.”
Yesterday there were 59,849 total positives. explore all the official D.C. data here From the Mayor’s Office: “The District’s reported data for September 22, 2021 includes 169 new positive coronavirus…
Thanks to Tim for sending from near Logan Circle. Sweet City Ride is made possible by readers like you!
800 block of Upshur Street, NW From Celebrate Petworth: “September 25, 2021 // 11am-5pm on the 800 block of Upshur Street NW Celebrate Petworth is a free neighborhood festival organized…
If you have any animal/pet photos you’d like to share please send an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail(dot)com with ‘Animal Fix’ in the title and say the name of your pet and…