Dunkin' Donuts is Helping Consumers Celebrate National Donut Day

 - Jun 2, 2016
References: dunkindonuts & brandeating
On Friday, June 3rd, Dunkin' Donuts is helping consumers celebrate National Donut Day with free food. National Donut Day was originally celebrated by The Salvation Army back in 1938 in honor of the 'Donut Lassies' who sold treats to soldiers during World War One. Now the food-themed holiday is held on the first Friday of each June as a way to pay tribute to America's favorite pastry.

In honor of the special day, Dunkin' Donuts is giving away free donuts with the purchase of any beverage. Customers can choose any classic donut they like to go along with the hot or cold beverage of their choosing. This means that all donuts, except Fancies, Squares and Croissant Donuts, will be available to choose from.

With so many tasty options to choose from, the Dunkin' Donuts promotion provides a delicious way to celebrate National Donut Day.