East Coast McDonalds: Free Coffee 9/23 – 9/29

by Laura on September 26, 2012

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Is the free coffee at 7-11 and Krispy Kreme not enough for you?

McDonald’s owners in Southeastern Virginia and Northeast North Carolina are doing more than giving away Free Coffee, they are giving back to their charity of choice Ronald McDonald House Charities of Norfolk. RMHC Norfolk will receive a donation for every cup of coffee that leaves local McDonald’s restaurants over the course of the week. Customers are encouraged to stop by their neighborhood McDonald’s not only for free coffee, but to help a great charity.

Coffee isn’t just for breakfast anymore, according to recent findings by the National Coffee Association. Daily coffee consumption soared by seven percentage points in 2011, moving coffee solidly ahead of soft drinks, according to the 2012 National Coffee Drinking Trends report. Free Coffee will be available all day during each restaurant’s Hours of Operation.

A Week of Small Free Premium Roast Coffee at McDonald’s is happening at participating restaurants across the Eastern United States – from Maine to Miami.  McDonald’s Premium Roast Coffee is made with 100% Arabica Beans.

As always be sure to call your local restaurant and be sure they are participating.

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