Friday, March 9, 2007

One In Five Americans Say Stay-At-Home Parents Deserve A Coffee Break

SEATTLE (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A lot of Americans think stay-at- home parents deserve a break – a coffee break.

According to a new survey percolated by Starbucks, 19 percent of Americans think parents who stay home with their kids are the folks who most desperately need a morning coffee break.

However, the same percentage also thinks teachers would also be more perky on the job if they had a morning coffee break away from the students.

But Americans aren’t stingy about who should get a coffee break.

Sixteen percent think police officers deserve a java jolt and 15 percent want nurses to have a chance to nurse a cup of joe.

Finally, 10 percent figure firefighters should cool things down with a hot cup of coffee and the same percentage believe airline pilots most deserve that all-important coffee break.

By the way, Starbucks hopes to give everyone a coffee break when the coffee chain hosts it’s second annual Nationwide Coffee Break on March 15.

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