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Gloria Jean's Coffees is an American-Australian retail coffeehouse chain company that operates more than 1, coffee houses in 39 countries, including over in Australia. Saleh and Irvine identified the opportunity for this brand in Australia, purchasing the international licensing rights from Diedrich Coffee, Inc. Saleh and Irvine established Jireh International Pty Ltd trading as Gloria Jeans Coffees  , the company that holds the right to franchise Gloria Jean's Coffees in Australia, and purchased the rights to the brand for all other countries from Diedrich Coffee , Inc, with the exceptions of the United States proper and its territory Puerto Rico. In early , Gloria Jean's Coffees Australia franchised its first store and within six years had opened stores owned and operated by more than franchisees. The firm's business model is a franchising system similar to many fast-food chains.
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In May, however, the Roman Catholic school fired Starkey as a guidance counselor after officials discovered that she is married to a woman. In July, Starkey, 63, sued the school and the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, claiming, in part, that they discriminated against her on the basis of her sexual orientation. The issue of gay educators being fired by or excluded from employment at religious schools is not new, and since , several cases have come before the courts.
The owner of Bedlam Coffee shop in Seattle, Washington. Photo: Facebook A gay coffee shop owner in Seattle, Washington, evicted a group of Christians from his cafe after he came to know that they had evangelized on the streets prior to coming to his shop for a coffee break. The owner also went on a vulgar rant against Jesus, which was caught on video. The Christians, who were affiliated with the pro-life group Abolish Human Abortion, had been distributing gospel pamphlets and anti-abortion material in the city and decided to visit Bedlam Coffee for drinks. Borgman continued to demand that they leave and showed them a pamphlet he had found.