Celebrate National Donut Day with Dunkin’s Free Donuts and Fun Scrub Daddy Collaboration

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PHILADELPHIA, PA — This Friday, June 7, promises to be a sweet celebration for donut lovers across the nation. In honor of National Donut Day, Dunkin’ is offering guests a free classic donut of their choice with any beverage purchase. It’s an irresistible deal that has fans eagerly anticipating the day.

FREE Donuts Are Back!

National Donut Day has become synonymous with free donuts at Dunkin’, and this year maintains the delightful tradition. On June 7, customers can visit any Dunkin’ location nationwide to receive their free classic donut with the purchase of any beverage while supplies last. This special offer provides the perfect opportunity to sample new summer drinks like the Blueberry Donut Iced Coffee or the Vanilla Frosted Donut Iced Coffee Signature Latte.

Introducing Dunkin’ Scrub Daddy and Scrub Mommy

Adding to the festivities, Dunkin’ has teamed up with Scrub Daddy to bring a unique twist to household chores. Together, they have created limited-edition donut-shaped Scrub Daddy and Scrub Mommy sponges. These playful yet practical sponges embody Dunkin’s fun spirit and Scrub Daddy’s renowned cleaning effectiveness, bringing a sprinkle of joy to daily tasks.

Fans can now purchase these charming donut-shaped sponges online at ScrubDaddy.com, perfect for keeping kitchens clean during National Donut Day celebrations. This collaboration blossomed from a witty exchange on social media between Dunkin’ and Scrub Daddy, highlighting both brands’ innovative and playful approaches.

The History of National Donut Day

National Donut Day, celebrated on the first Friday of June each year, has a rich history. Created by The Salvation Army in Chicago in 1938, the holiday honors the women who served donuts to soldiers during World War I. These women, known as the Salvation Army Lassies, prepared donuts on the front lines in France to uplift soldiers’ spirits. They even used soldiers’ helmets to cook the donuts, earning the troops the nickname “doughboys.”

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The Salvation Army Lassies played a crucial role in popularizing donuts in the United States after the war. National Donut Day also served as a fundraiser during the Great Depression to help those in need. Today, it continues to be a day of indulgence and community support, with many bakeries and coffee shops offering special deals and freebies.

On June 7, head to your local Dunkin’ to enjoy a free donut and perhaps try one of their refreshing new beverages. Don’t miss out on this delightful celebration of one of America’s favorite treats.

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