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Dunkin' Donuts Has a Sweet Deal for Colorado Coffee Drinkers Today

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Dunkin' Donuts dipped its doughnut back into the Denver market three summers ago, and since then, Dunkin' spots in the area have grown well beyond a baker's dozen. The choices have grown, too, and today many of the Colorado locations will be offering customers a nine-ounce, candy-bar-flavored iced coffee for free, in either the new Almond Joy or Heath flavors (other choices available on request).

What's been dubbed "Coffee Sampling Day" is a Colorado-only event created as a way to thank fans. "We are working hard to bring great coffee and baked goods to the Denver and Colorado communities that support us day in and day out," says Lou Conte, field marketing manager for Colorado. "That's why we're proud to offer a 'Free Coffee Sampling Day' in Colorado, as a way for us to toast Coloradans for welcoming us into their hearts and morning rituals." 

The deal runs from 8 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 11, at these Dunkin' Donuts locations: 366 Broadway, 4922 East Hampden Avenue and 4761 Tower Road in Denver; 2001 Sheridan Boulevard, Edgewater; 16611 East Smoky Hill Road, Aurora; 8775 Washington Street, Thornton; 7615 West 88th Avenue, Westminster; 3235 28th Street, Boulder; 2801 South College Avenue, Fort Collins; 2323 South Havana Street, Aurora; 9595 East Arapahoe Road, Greenwood Village; 4760 West Mineral Avenue, Littleton; 1530 Main Street, Windsor; 102 East 29th Street, Loveland; 3206 West Northern Avenue, Pueblo; 3591 Huron Street, Westminster; 120 Blue River Parkway, Silverthorne; 64 Ken Pratt Boulevard, Longmont.

For a limited time, you can also visit these locations between 2 and 6 p.m. and get a 99-cent iced coffee or tea.

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