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    Dunkin’ Brews Up BOGO Deal for National Coffee Day

  • Industry News September 27, 2018
    Dunkin' Donuts
    Dunkin’ offers a wide array of Hot Coffee choices that guests can enjoy with a friend on National Coffee Day.

    National Coffee Day will be twice as nice at Dunkin’  this year, as the brand has brewed up a special buy one, get one offer for guests, making it simple to share a cup with friends, family and favorite fellow coffee fans. On Saturday, September 29, anyone who purchases a Hot Coffee at participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide will get one Hot Coffee free (of equal or lesser value). With a second cup on Dunkin’, people who run on coffee can celebrate National Coffee Day in the perfect way, catching up and connecting over a quality cup of coffee with the BFFs and sidekicks who also help to keep them running.

    Tony Weisman, Chief Marketing Officer, Dunkin’ U.S., says, “National Coffee Day is a chance for Dunkin’ to show appreciation for busy coffee fans by making it easy to recharge and reconnect with the people they run with, each and every day. With a second cup of Dunkin’ Hot Coffee on us, we encourage our guests to take this opportunity to treat a friend or family member to catch up over a cup of coffee on National Coffee Day.”

    Dunkin’ offers a wide array of Hot Coffee choices that guests can enjoy with a friend on National Coffee Day, including its signature Original Blend, Dark Roast and Dunkin’ Decaf. All are freshly ground and freshly brewed in-store, and can be personalized with a variety of flavors including French Vanilla, Caramel, Mocha or Hazelnut.

    In addition, Dunkin’ is now offering two special seasonal selections to satisfy cravings for the favorite flavors of fall. These include the brand’s classic Pumpkin flavored coffee and recent addition Maple Pecan flavored coffee, which serves a sweet and nutty taste for a delicious way to stay energized around the changing of the seasons.

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