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Dunkin' to offer healthcare workers free coffee and a donut on May 6

In honor of National Nurses Day, Dunkin' is showing its appreciation and support for these heroes’ tireless efforts to keep us all healthy and safe.
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ALABAMA, USA — Dunkin’ and the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation have worked together from the beginning of the global health crisis to find meaningful ways to say thank you to healthcare professionals on the frontlines of the COVID-19 response. 

On National Nurses Day, Wednesday, May 6, Dunkin’ is offering a free medium hot or iced coffee and a free donut to all healthcare workers who visit participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide. 

No purchase is necessary and it is while supplies last. It excludes Cold Brew and Nitro Cold Brew, and the limit is one per guest. Not valid on mobile orders 

Throughout this pandemic, local Alabama Dunkin’ Franchisees have given back and will continue to make product deliveries to hospitals, emergency sites, and first responders. Alabama Franchisees and Dunkin’ have provided over $1,000 in Dunkin’ gift cards to local hospitals and over 100 lbs of coffee to partners in the region like Children’s of Alabama and the Huntsville Hospital Foundation.

Dunkin’ Alabama restaurants are open and have limited service to carry-out, drive-thru ordering, with order ahead on the Dunkin’ Mobile App, delivery with GrubHub, and with a select number of locations also offering curbside service.

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