Starbucks Informative Speech

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Topic: Starbucks General Purpose: To inform my audience about Starbucks Specific Purpose: By the end of my speech my audience will be able to understand how Starbuck 's started out, how they grew, and where the company is now. Central Idea/Thesis: Today I want to inform you all about the history of Starbucks, how they have grown, and where they are now. Introduction: So it’s that time of year again; fall is upon us with Halloween and Thanksgiving just around the corner. One of my favorite things to do this time of year is to go to Starbucks and order a warm latte. Attention Getter: The idea of the pumpkin spice latte actually came from Peter Dukes, an Stanford university Basketball Player. Topic Introduction: The Starbucks Company is…show more content…
They now serve more than just coffee and beans, including various types of coffees, teas, snacks and even specialty drinks around the holidays 3. According to a recent article on titled World 's most Admired companies 2015, "Operating in 66 countries with nearly 22,000 retail stores, the coffee chain shows no signs of slowing down." B. With so many stores it’s also not surprising to see Starbucks on many college campuses and in bookstores 1. Starbucks is a great place for college students and avid readers to go because it offers a warm environment to sit down, plug in that laptop and study or just spend a day with your nose in a book 2. Starbucks has been around for over 40 years now and its only getting bigger and better by the year Conclusion: Link Conclusion back to Introduction: As it gets colder we all want something warm and refreshing. Review Main Points: Now that you know the history of the company, how it grew and where it is now, Audience Response: I hope there is something that everyone was able to take away from this speech that stood out to you. Concluding Statement: Let’s all go to Starbucks sometime soon and get that cup of coffee to keep us awake through the rest

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