Celebrating the 78th annual National Doughnut Day, participating independent and large chain donut shops will be offering free sweet treats.
Taken place on the first Friday of June, National Doughnut Day started in 1938 by the Salvation Army. Initiated during the Great Depression, the holiday was a way to bring awareness of their social service programs. After 78 years they continue to raise money and assist more than 30 million American families.
During World War 1, approximately 250 Salvation Army volunteers were sent to France to aid in war efforts. Women volunteers would fry donuts in soldier’s helmet then distribute them among the men in trenches. Dubbed “donut lassies,” National Doughnut day honors women volunteers who distributed stamps, supplies and yummy treats during the war.
Five leading doughnut shops offering free donuts are:
Guest will receive one free donut of their choice from any American (excludes Connecticut) or Canadian location. Other countries participating are Australia, Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Philippines, and Turkey. According to Krispy Kreme approximately 100,000 donuts were given away last year to guest. Don’t forget to stop by and choose one from their wide variety of delectable flavors.
With the purchase of any beverage, clients will receive one free doughnut. The offer will last all day and includes worldwide locations.
Enter the “National Donut Day Free Donuts for a Year” sweepstakes for the chance to win free doughnuts for a year. For every entry Entenmann’s has pledged to donate $1 dollar to the salvation army.
Try their special edition “All-American” doughnut that have been created for the special day.
Starting 5 a.m. until 10 a.m., the convenience store is offering free donuts with a purchase of any hot/cold coffee or Chill Zone beverages. Coffee’s cost 99 cents and Chill Zone beverages are 89 cents, which is a great bargain if you ask me.
Fractured Prune Doughnuts
Maryland-based franchise is offering one of their signature donuts for free. The OC Sand glazed with honey and dusted with cinnamon sugar is way to delicious to miss.
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