Krispy Kreme is giving to US customers free donuts every day, who have received the Covid-19 vaccine. If the appeal of protection against a deadly disease is not enough tempting for you, then perhaps Kripsy Kreme can convince you to get the Covid-19 vaccine.
We’d like to show sweet support to those who have received the COVID-19 Vaccine. Starting today, bring your Vaccine Card to a Krispy Kreme shop and get 1 FREE Original Glazed doughnut. No chance to get your Vaccine? This will run thru end of 2021. Info at https://t.co/gWnWhXOKKq pic.twitter.com/UqmDLne5E9
— Krispy Kreme (@krispykreme) March 22, 2021
The chain offers people in the US a free donut every day for the rest of the year, as long as they have their vaccination card. So the sooner they poke you, the more donuts you’ll be entitled to.
The network is also giving employees four hours of paid time off to receive both doses of a vaccine.
Chief Marketing Officer Dave Skena told Insider: “Any little things that brands can do to help overcome the pandemic are good things.” He added that getting vaccinated is a “personal choice,” but the company wants to “encourage and make sure nothing gets in the way.” The offer starts today (Monday, March 22) and can be claimed at any of the 369 Krispy Kreme stores in the US Anytime, any day, every day for the rest of the year.
You don’t have to buy anything else either, it’s completely in the house, although you can’t choose which donut to buy, it’s just the original glazed donut.”
Also, when you consider the sheer volume of donuts that will be given away, it seems pretty fair that you can’t choose from the menu.
If you live in Washington, DC, you could make your vaccination day unforgettable.
So far, the DCMJ has accumulated 2,200 ‘doob tubes’; About 1,600 of these contain a ‘king-size’ joint and the rest contain two smaller ‘dog-walker joints.
But they are expected to more than double this pot before the big day. There are about 30 vaccination centers, the last time I checked, and they are doing between 4,000 and 5,000 vaccinations a day.