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Our Community

Tri Star Energy, LLC and its Twice Daily stores are locally owned and operated, which means that every purchase supports local jobs, local causes and local culture. Our families have been a part of this community for generations, so we do our best to give back at every opportunity. Below are some of the programs we’re proud to support on a significant ongoing basis.

Forgotten Angels

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Every year, when Angel Trees are put up across Middle Tennessee, there are children who fall through the cracks. We partner with Nashville’s Salvation Army chapter to make sure that every child on an Angel Tree receives at least one holiday gift. Donations of new toys are accepted at each Twice Daily location from Thanksgiving right up to Christmas Eve. This is a great way to give back to our community, and something we look forward to every year.

Twice Daily’s Cup

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Each year since 2002, we host this local charity golf tournament. One hundred percent of the proceeds benefit the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. This hospital touches so many lives, making a real difference in the future of our community and our children’s health. Since its first year, the Twice Daily’s Cup tournament has raised more than $1 million for the facility and its programs.

Our Kids

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Every time a customer buys a specially labeled 16.9-ounce bottle of Twice Daily’s water, we send 5 cents to Our Kids. This nonprofit organization provides critical services of help, hope and healing to the children and families affected by child sexual abuse. Those nickels add up quickly, so keep on reaching for Twice Daily’s water.

365 Pediatric Cancer Fund

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Launched during the 2013-2014 season, the 365 Pediatric Cancer Fund presented by Twice Daily is an initiative of the Nashville Predators Foundation and two of the team's icons, former Captain Shea Weber and current goaltender Pekka Rinne. The 365 Pediatric Cancer Fund presented by Twice Daily works with the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt to raise funds and awareness for cancer research. Additionally, the initiative coordinates with the team to host a series of opportunities that enable the hospital's young patrons and their families to get a special dose of the Smashville hockey experience.