National Coffee Day 2011: 7-Eleven gives free coffee in US and CanadaBy Angel Cuala on Sep 29, 2011 in Lifestyle, United States •
Today, Sept 29, is being dubbed as National Coffee Day 2011 and 7-Eleven, Inc. is giving away free coffee to their customers in the US and Canada.
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As noted by 7-Eleven on its official website, free medium-size cups of fresh-brewed, hot coffee will be given in their US and Canada outlets from 7 to 11 a.m. on Thursday, September 29, 2011.
“Coffee is one of 7-Eleven‘s top-selling products,” 7-Eleven marketing vice president Nancy Smith was quoted on the report, with the free coffee included any flavor available in participating stores.
“Just like with our Slurpee fans, we have an extremely loyal coffee following. We want to thank our coffee customers for their patronage and have some fun both online and in our stores.” Smith added.
“National Coffee Day is an opportunity to showcase 7-Eleven‘s long history in providing coffee on the go,” she explained further, noting that their store was the first retailer to offer coffee in to-go cups back in 1964.
On the other hand, doughnut maker Krispy Kreme was also said to be giving free 12-ounce cups of its house blend coffee while Dunkin Donuts will charge 50 cents only for each medium-size cups of coffee.
Apparently, even some McDonald’s stores were reportedly to be giving free 12-ounce cups of premium roast coffee also on Thursday, from 5 a.m. to midnight.
According to reports, among the McDonald’s outlets that will be giving free coffee include the one in Land O’ Lakes. Meanwhile, Starbucks was said to be not be joining the free coffee day.
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