Friday, June 2nd is National Donut Day
Here’s your chance to can get a free doughnut, but first a little history…
National Doughnut Day was originally established by the Chicago Salvation Army in 1938 to pay tribute and honor all the women who served during World War 1 by handing out doughnuts to all the soldiers.
Nowadays, there are over 10 billion doughnuts made each year in the U.S. alone, which generates revenue in the multiple billion dollar range. It’s a staggering number.
At Dunkin’ Donuts, you must purchase a drink in order to get a free donut. Both chains indicate the free giveaway is available at participating downriver locations while supplies last. So, you should check with your preferred location before going to claim your free donut.
Everyone loves donuts, and when they’re free, they taste even better.
Spread the word to your fellow downriver neighbors and don’t forget to wipe the powered sugar off your face when you’re done eating!
Do you spell it donut or doughnut? Either way, get one FREE today!
Watch the video below to see how National Doughnut Day was started by the Salvation Army…