How to get free Krispy Kremes across Australia this weekend, and all you need to do is bring your partner
- Krispy Kreme giving away donuts on Sunday
- You must go to the store with a friend.
Krispy Kreme is giving away free donuts this weekend, and all you have to do is take a friend to the store.
The giveaway is to celebrate World Friendship Day on Sunday: all donut lovers need to do is mention the promotion at a Krispy Kreme store with their best friend.
No purchase is necessary to get a free donut, but there is a limit of one per person.
Aimee Cutajar, director of marketing for Krispy Kreme ANZ, told FEMAIL that she is excited about the giveaway.
Krispy Kreme is giving away free donuts this weekend, and all you have to do is take a friend to the store
‘This International Friendship Day, the Krispy Kreme team wants to help Australians celebrate with their friends in the sweetest way possible!
“So, grab your friend and visit a store to claim an Original Glazed Donut for each of you,” he said.
‘Nothing says ‘friendship goals’ like enjoying our delicious OG together. Come visit us and join us in celebrating the ties that bind us and the happy moments that make life so delicious.’
Krispy Kreme originated in 1937 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA, where the first Original Glazed® donut recipe was created.
Krispy Kreme Australia launched in 2003 and there are currently 34 stores in NSW, VIC, WA and QLD. Krispy Kreme is also available nationwide at 7-Eleven and select Woolworths stores.
WHAT IS INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP DAY?
International Friendship Day seeks to promote the role that friendship plays in all cultures.
To commemorate this special day, the United Nations encourages community groups, organizations, and governments to hold events that promote reconciliation, mutual understanding, and solidarity.
Originally founded by Hallmark in 1919, this was intended as a day for people to celebrate their friendship by sending each other cards. But, by 1940, the market had dried up and eventually died out entirely.
In April 2011, the United Nations officially recognized July 30 as International Friendship Day.
Many countries celebrate the first Sunday in August.
In accordance with the International Friendship Day declaration, people are invited to ‘observe this day in an appropriate manner, in accordance with the culture and other appropriate circumstances or customs of their local, national and regional communities, including through education and public awareness activities. .’
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