Dunkin’ Donuts Announces First Global Coffee Day Celebration for Monday 29th September

Dunkin’ Donuts, one of the world’s leading baked goods and coffee chains, today announced a special deal for coffee lovers across Latin America and the Caribbean. On Monday 29th September participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants across the region will offer guests a free small hot or iced coffee (while supplies last) with any food purchase in honor of the brand’s first Global Coffee Day celebration. Certain restrictions apply by country.

National Coffee Day has always been one of our favorite days in the U.S., which is why we are so excited to be celebrating our first Global Coffee Day at our restaurants worldwide,” said John Costello, President, Global Marketing and Innovation, Dunkin’ Brands. “Our coffee helps to keep our guests running all day long and brings joy to customers at Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants around the world every day. We hope our guests across Latin America and the Caribbean enjoy this special offer on September 29.”

For three years running, Dunkin' Donuts has celebrated National Coffee Day in the United States by treating guests to various special offers nationwide.

For three years running, Dunkin’ Donuts has celebrated National Coffee Day in the United States by treating guests to various special offers nationwide.

This year marks the first time Dunkin’ Donuts is extending this promotion globally and thanking fans worldwide for their loyalty and support of the Dunkin’ Donuts brand. On September 29th, guests at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants in Aruba, the Bahamas, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama and Peru can enjoy a free small hot or iced coffee with any food purchase while supplies last.

Dunkin’ Donuts has been a coffee leader for more than 60 years and sold approximately 1.8 billion cups of coffee globally in 2013. In fact, the brand’s name originated from the idea of pairing delicious, high-quality coffee and donuts, as people enjoyed dunking, or dipping, their donuts into their coffee, inspiring the name Dunkin’ Donuts.

Dunkin’ Donuts uses 100% Arabica coffee beans for its Original Blend, and the company’s coffee specifications are recognized by the industry as a superior grade of coffee. Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants across Latin America and the Caribbean offer an extensive variety of hot and iced coffee choices, including flavors such as Original Blend, Hazelnut and French Vanilla. The brand also offers cappuccinos, espressos and lattes.

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