Graduates, Thursday is your day.
It may not be graduation day, but it’s a chance for graduating high school and college seniors to get a dozen doughnuts for free at Krispy Kreme, no purchase necessary and while supplies last.
Seniors are eligible to get the free “Graduate Dozen” on May 13 if they wear what the chain describes as graduation “swag” to participating Krispy Kreme locations. A cap and gown with 2021 tassel, class of 2021 apparel, a 2021 letterman jacket featuring senior status or 2021 class ring.
The chain also says a graduation announcement including a name and a matching ID or a student photo ID featuring senior status can prove eligibility.
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Krispy Kreme is giving graduating seniors a free “Graduate Dozen" on Thursday, May 13. (Photo: Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corp.)
“It’s been a tough year for this year’s graduates, marked by virtual learning, canceled sports, limited school activities, altered or eliminated proms and non-traditional graduation ceremonies. But the class of 2021 persevered through it all,” Dave Skena, Krispy Kreme chief marketing officer, said in a statement. “We admire them, we’re proud of them and we want to celebrate all of them by giving them a special Graduate Dozen completely free at their local Krispy Kreme.”
The 2021 Graduate Dozen includes assorted doughnuts: Chocolate Iced Kreme Filled, Strawberry Iced Kreme Filled, Cake Batter Filled, Chocolate Iced with Sprinkles, Strawberry Iced with Sprinkles, Yellow Iced and Original Glazed. The special dozen also is available to purchase through Sunday.
Learn more and find locations at krispykreme.com/promos/seniorweek2021.
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