Get ready! Friday is National Donut Day, which means a sweet treat for those so inclined. The deal is good online only with the promo code "DONUT".
According to the Salvation Army, frying donuts for soldiers on the front lines, the volunteers were able to remind the soldiers of home. After all, it is National Doughnut Day.or is it Donut? You know, because you're supposed to dunk the donut in your drink. This offer runs all day on June 1 while supplies last.
Miri's Minis, 3543 E. Douglas: Paying customers can get one free classic six-pack of doughnuts.
Tasty Donuts will also be giving away free glazed doughnuts to the first 500 customers who come into the store on Friday.
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The Salvation Army started National Donut Day during the Great Depression as a way to raise funds and bring awareness to The Salvation Army's social service programs.
Local doughnut dealsMany other local eateries will be offering special deals Friday. Their deals include six for $5 and a dozen doughnuts for $8.50.
LaMar's Donuts: LaMar's will be giving away one free non-specialty doughnut to customers, no purchase necessary.
The offer is available all day on Friday at participating restaurants. It's a raised, glazed donut but my favorite is the dutch crumb but we have so many to choose from. Held annually on the first Friday of June, the National Donut Day was first established by The Salvation Army in Chicago in 1938.