Get a free cup of coffee from Downtown Credo after you do your civic duty on Election Day

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PHOTO COURTESY DOWNTOWN CREDO/FACEBOOK
  • Photo courtesy Downtown Credo/Facebook
After you cast your ballot on Election Day (Nov. 3), you can ease that sinking feeling and soothe your jangled nerves – or get even more amped up? – with a free cup of coffee courtesy of Downtown Credo and law firm Farah & Farah.

Simply flash your "I Voted" sticker or proof that you voted by mail ("a photo or verbal commitment is sufficient") at any Downtown Credo location on Election Day and a free coffee will be placed in your democratically-participating hands.



As part of their Voting Boldly campaign to boost voter engagement in select Florida cities, Farah & Farah is ponying up $1,000 for free java for Orlando voters with Downtown Credo. And since coffee is really the only thing that engages us in the morning, perhaps they're on to something …

Early voters, hope you saved that ratty old sticker.




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