Industry News | October 26, 2012

Tim Hortons Brews Up 75-Cent Coffee

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In celebration of operating 750 U.S. restaurants, Tim Hortons Cafe & Bake Shop is offering guests its medium Always Fresh premium blend coffee for just 75 cents all day on Tuesday, October 30.

Tim Hortons Cafe & Bake Shop is well known and much loved for its premium blend coffee made from 100 percent Arabica beans roasted in Rochester, New York, and always served fresh within 20 minutes of brewing.

The coffee promotion is the bakery-cafe chain's way of honoring its guests' continuous support and the important milestone.

"Our success and growth in the U.S. is directly related to the loyal guests who visit us every day," says Mike Meilleur, executive vice president Tim Hortons, U.S. "Offering our Always Fresh premium blend coffee at just 75 cents is a fun play on our number of locations, but most importantly it's a 'thank you' to our guests for their patronage."

Tim Hortons Cafe & Bake Shop celebrated its latest restaurant openings this week in Detroit; Buffalo, New York; and Toledo, Ohio.

Tim Hortons Cafe & Bake Shop was recently recognized by Zagat as one of the top U.S. restaurant chains for décor and service. It was recently named the fourth fastest-growing chain in 2011 by the Technomic 2012 report.

Tim Hortons launched in the United States in 1985 in Buffalo, New York, and has experienced steady growth over the past 27 years. Tim Hortons has 4,071 restaurants systemwide.