On Thursday, April 19 from open until 4 p.m., Connecticut residents will be the first to get a taste of summer at Bruegger’s when the bakery-café chain hosts Free Iced Coffee Day at its twelve bakery locations throughout the state. Guests are invited to stop in for a FREE 16-ounce iced coffee, and are asked to make a donation to Connecticut Food Bank or Foodshare via collection canisters, located next to each bakery’s register, to help the organizations alleviate hunger.
Along with helping an important cause, the event will give new and loyal guests a chance to try Bruegger's iced coffee, a summer favorite, before summer officially begins. In addition, Bruegger’s also offers mocha and regular-flavored Iced Coffee Coolers, made with triple-brewed coffee and sweet cream, and a frozen blended coffee drink – the popular Brueggaccino – also available in mocha.
“We wanted to start our summer early and give our loyal Connecticut customers the chance to enjoy our iced coffee for free,” said Bruegger’s Chief Marketing Officer Scott Colwell. “As longtime supporters of food banks in Connecticut, we are also aware that summer is the hardest time for some families, so we developed our Free Iced Coffee Day fundraiser to help those in need in the upcoming months.”
No coupon is required to receive a free iced coffee on April 19. A full list of bakeries and more information can be found on Bruegger's website at www.brueggers.com.