Grab a free cinni for National Donut Day

Published 10:00am 30 May 2024

Grab a free cinni for National Donut Day
Words by Ashleigh Howarth

Get ready to satisfy your sweet tooth because Donut King is celebrating National Donut Day in the most delicious way possible.

The company is known for its hot cinnamon donuts, and that's exactly what it'll be giving away all day at participating stores in celebration of National Donut Day on Friday, June 7.

After two years of delighting donut lovers, Donut King Marketing Manager Raquel Hine says she is excited to bring back the crowd favourite event.

“We’re excited to announce our annual National Donut Day giveaway for the third year in a row featuring our most loved menu item – the hot cinnamon donut,” Raquel says.

“Donut King is the home of the hot cinnamon donut, serving up a “hot cinni” every 6.6 seconds, so National Donut Day is an opportunity to celebrate our famous sweet treat.”

Where to get your freebie 

To get your hands on a free hot cinnamon donut, visit your local Donut King store on National Donut Day.

Participating stores in the City of Moreton Bay include:

• Donut King North Lakes Food Court

• Donut King Peninsula Fair

• Donut King Bribie Island

• Donut King Strathpine

• Donut King Morayfield

*One free hot cinnamon donut per person on Friday, June 7, 2024. Participating stores only and while stocks last. Visit www.donutking.com.au for full terms and conditions.

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