Saturday is National Coffee Day and truck stop chains are planning to celebrate in various ways.
Pilot Flying J says it is treating guests to a free cup of Pilot coffee (any size) Friday and Saturday through the mypilot app.
Pilot Flying J said guests who take advantage of the promotion can enjoy a choice of Pilot Flying J’s exclusive line of coffee varieties including new cold brew, bean-to-cup coffee and a limited time offer of pumpkin caramel macchiato.
Participants can open (or download) the mypilot app for find a coupon in the myOffers portion of the app.
The new bean-to-cup coffee allows guests to brew a fresh cup of coffee on demand by selecting the coffee beans and watching the machine grind, brew and dispense it.
First-time users of the mypilot app receive an additional free drink of their choice when downloading the app.
Love’s Travel Stops says it is doubling the fun and fundraising for CMN Hospitals this year by celebrating on Friday and Saturday.
On both days, customers can get 24-ounce coffee or other hot beverages at Love’s for $1.
Those hot beverage sales will benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to help sick and injured children across North America.
My Love Rewards members can use a free drink refill credit on coffee, and Love’s will still donate $1 to CMN Hospitals on their behalf.
“We are excited to extend National Coffee Day for our loyal and generous customers who rally around our CMN Hospitals campaign year after year,” said Jenny Love Meyer, vice president of communications for Love’s. “National Coffee Day is the perfect way to connect with our customers and wrap up another successful fundraiser.”
Customers can choose from Love’s signature house blend, Colombian and Brazilian blends, and Love’s signature dark roast at more than 470 locations in 41 states. Fall favorites such as the pumpkin spice cappuccino and bourbon pecan coffee are available for a limited time. French vanilla cappuccino and hot chocolate are also available.
Love’s customers are encouraged to show their support for CMN Hospitals and Love’s by posting on social media using the hashtag #MilesOfMiracles. Customers can also support their local hospitals through Sunday by purchasing a CMN Hospitals Miracle Balloon at a Love’s location for $1, $5 or $20.
Love’s annual campaign to raise funds for CMN Hospitals began August 26. Since 1999, Love’s has raised more than $25 million for children and their families who visit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
At both TravelCenters of America and Petro Stopping Centers locations, guest can receive free coffee, cappuccino or hot team up to a 24-ounce size all day Saturday while supplies last.
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