Dunkin' Donuts Free Iced Coffee Day 2010

Dunkin' Donuts free iced coffee day 2010 is a great idea for any hard-working person. As people crawl out of the recession and force themselves out of bed every morning to go to work, nothing beats a cup of free delicious coffee, iced for the warming season. The only catch is this year's program is only happening in select stores.

"Dunkin' Donuts Free Iced Coffee Day is not taking place in March this year. Stay tuned for our new Free Iced Coffee date!" was stated on the Dunkin' Donuts website. Stores in the northeast are definitely participating, but contact local stores in all areas to see if they're giving away free iced coffee today.

Southeastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Kent and New Castle Counties in Delaware have chosen to participate in Dunkin' Donuts Free Iced Coffee Day 2010.

"As we celebrate our 60th birthday, Free Iced Coffee Day is an opportunity for us to thank our loyal guests who have made our coffee part of their daily lives," stated Jackie Keown, Manager of Field Marketing, Dunkin' Donuts in a PA report.

"With summer just around the corner, we are thrilled to kick off another iced coffee season with this event, and we look forward to treating the customers in this region to a free cup of our delicious, freshly-brewed iced coffee."

The recession obviously makes giving away free anything very difficult. Coffee is something that our society rarely skimps on to save money. Caffeine, while proven to be somewhat unhealthy, does allow people to wake up and concentrate better on chosen tasks.

"We look forward to treating everyone to a free cup of our delicious, freshly brewed iced coffee on May 15," stated Dunkin' Donuts Brand Marketing Officer, Frances Allen in a press release.

"Dunkin' Donuts has been brewing iced coffee for more than 25 years and we are thrilled to celebrate those who keep America running with this second annual, nationwide event. In addition, we're pleased to support the National Police Athletic League's Youth Leadership Program in celebration of those who serve others in our communities."

Written by Amy Munday

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