SYRACUSE – Dunkin' has donated more than 1,000 pounds of coffee to the Food Bank of Central New York as part of a joint effort with local sports teams participating in the Goals and Runs for Coffee campaign. Dunkin’ pledges to donate one pound of coffee to Food Bank of Central New York for every goal or run scored by each respective team.
“We are excited to celebrate National Coffee Day by contributing to the tremendous efforts of Food Bank of Central New York,” said Dunkin’ Integrated Marketing Manager Eric Stensland. “The Food Bank is a vital community organization and we are proud to assist them by donating Dunkin’s signature coffee in partnership with our local sports teams.”
Local sports teams participating in the annual Goals and Runs for Coffee campaign include the Syracuse Crunch hockey team, Syracuse Mets baseball team, Utica City FC indoor soccer team and the Utica Comets hockey team.
International Coffee Day is Sunday, Sept. 29, and anyone who purchases a hot coffee at participating Dunkin’ restaurants in Central New York will get one hot coffee of equal or lesser value for free.