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Dunkin’ Donuts Celebrates Florida residents with “Cup of Thanks” Dec. 4

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Guests can enjoy a free small Iced Coffee at Florida Dunkin’ Donuts locations in appreciation for support following hurricane season

Dunkin’ Donuts is celebrating Florida residents by offering a special customer appreciation promotion “Cup of Thanks” throughout its Florida locations on Monday, Dec. 4. In the aftermath of hurricane season, Dunkin’ Donuts is pleased to share a cup of thanks with its Florida fans, offering guests a free small Iced Coffee, a special offer to show appreciation in response to the support from communities throughout Florida following the devastation caused during hurricane season, requiring several Dunkin’ Donuts locations to temporarily change its regular operational hours.

 

“Several cities throughout Florida experienced hardships from the devastation caused during hurricane season,” said Erica Roomy, Associate Field Marketing Manager for Dunkin’ Brands Inc. “With many of the Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants located in areas that experienced power outages, flooding and damage, it was a main priority for each location to work swiftly to cleanup and reopen its doors. We are very thankful to Florida residents for being understanding as we worked to get our locations back up and running following the hurricane season, and we are glad that we are able to show our appreciation by offering a free beverage.”

 

The “Cup of Thanks” offer is available at all Florida locations during operational hours, times may vary by location.

 

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