Nurses, here’s how you can earn up to $100 in free Starbucks

Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte , Turns 20.Starbucks' most popular seasonal beverage debuted in 2003.It spawned a pumpkin spice craze that people seemingly still can't get enough of. .A slew of other companies have since produced their own edible and inedible products reminiscent of pumpkin spice's taste and smell. .A slew of other companies have since produced their own edible and inedible products reminiscent of pumpkin spice's taste and smell. .Associated Press reports that the year ending July 29 saw pumpkin-flavored product sales hit $802.5 million in the U.S.This year, on its 20th anniversary, Starbucks' iconic beverage will be available to purchase in the U.S. and Canada beginning Aug. 24.While most people seem to welcome the offering, there are those who'd rather not see it return. .In fact, there is a group on Facebook called "I Hate Pumpkin Spice.".Nevertheless, Starbucks' sales of pumpkin spice drinks were up 17% last year, AP reports.A 2022 study conducted by researchers at Montclair State University in New Jersey found that only 8% of social media posts mentioning pumpkin spice were negative, a go-to source for nursing news, is inviting all nurses and nursing students to join the media outlets newsletter for a chance to win up to $100 in Starbucks gift cards. It’s an opportunity to grab some free morning brews for only a few moments worth of time.

“Join’s newsletter to get the latest in nurse news, exclusive nurse discounts to top brands, and resources to continue or advance your nursing education,” the media outlet reported. “You’ll be assigned a unique referral link that can be found at the bottom of every email.

“You’ll be able to earn up to $100 combined towards your next Starbucks order just by referring other nurses and nursing students to subscribe to The Nurse Report newsletter.”

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