Asda offers free hot drinks for emergency responders
Asda is to offer uniformed emergency workers free tea or coffee in its stores to help them get through their shifts in colder weather.
The workers will be able to pick up their hot drink from either the in-store Asda Cafe or Self Service Costa or Leon Machines. They will then take it to the till where an Asda colleague will process it free of charge.
The initiative is open to paramedics, police officers and fire fighters.
Asda chief people and corporate affairs officer, Hayley Tatum, said: “This initiative is a token of our appreciation for the tireless work that our emergency responders are carrying out in the communities in which we operate. Whether on duty, enjoying a break or finishing a shift, we invite them to pop in, say hi and grab a cuppa.”
Off-duty responders with a Blue Light Card also receive 10% back in their Cashpot on all fresh purchases including fresh meat, fish and ready meals when they scan their Asda Rewards app at the checkout
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