Free donuts for vets at Dunkin'


Dunkin' is thanking veterans for their service by offering them a free sweet treat on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. 

According to the company, it is maintaining its long-standing tradition of honoring veterans and supporting U.S. troops. 

"Dunkin' will once again celebrate Veterans Day with a sweet salute to those who serve our country," the company stated in a news release. "On Sunday, Nov. 11, Dunkin’ will offer all veterans and active duty military a free donut of their choice with no purchase necessary. The offer is valid at participating Dunkin’ restaurants in Beaumont, while supplies last. Limit one per customer. 

"Dunkin’ is honored to serve veterans and active duty military at its restaurants, including at 44 military locations on bases around the world. Additionally, through the Dunkin’ Coffee for Our Troops program, the company has donated more than 300,000 pounds of coffee to troops deployed overseas. Under the program, each week the company sends a case of coffee to deployed troops based on recommendations from friends, family members or troops themselves. Since 2003, the brand has sent 10 cases of coffee each week."