Bojangles' Offering Free Sweet Tea to Healthcare Workers, First Responders

    Industry News | April 14, 2020
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    To show its appreciation to those in the community working to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, Bojangles’ is giving away any size of its Legendary Iced Tea to healthcare workers, first responders and law enforcement no purchase necessary.

    The promotion kicked off today and will run through National Iced Tea Day on June 10. Healthcare workers, first responders and law enforcement will just need to show their credentials to receive the deal at any participating Bojangles’ restaurant. 

    “This is just one sweet way we can thank those on the frontlines of the current crisis,” says Ken Reynolds, Director of Corporate and Community Affairs for Bojangles’. “We hope our signature legendary iced tea will bring a little joy to their days and provide a well-deserved, refreshing break from their tireless commitment to the health of our communities.”

    Bojangles’ restaurants throughout the Southeast continue to show why the brand is so well-known for its Southern hospitality and acts of kindness. For instance, restaurant teams have assisted with kids programs, fed local hospital staff and donated dinner to local police stations, among other community donations throughout the company’s footprint.

    “We are so proud of all the ways our team members are serving and supporting their communities during these unprecedented times,” Reynolds adds. “Caring for each other – in good times and bad – is what our Southern hospitality is all about.”

    As an essential service, Bojangles’ locations throughout the Southeast remain open to serve the company’s delicious one-of-a-kind Southern menu via drive-thru, takeout and delivery through DoorDash and Postmates as available. The company continues to reinforce its existing high standards for cleanliness and good handwashing techniques, while consulting real-time information and resources provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  

    News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by WTWH Media LLC.