Circle K Will Offer Customers Free Coffee On Christmas Eve
Circle K has announced that its Simply Great Coffee range will be offered to customers for free tomorrow with any purchase on Christmas Eve. Throughout the day the fuel and convenience retailer wil...
Circle K has announced that its Simply Great Coffee range will be offered to customers for free tomorrow with any purchase on Christmas Eve.
Throughout the day the fuel and convenience retailer will offer shoppers a free Americano, Latte, Flat White or a Hot Chocolate at sites nationwide.
‘We are delighted to announce that we are offering our hugely popular 'Simply Great Coffee' range to customers for free on Christmas Eve, as a thank you to them for their support throughout the year,"Judy Glover, market director at Circle K Ireland said.
Irish Emergency Services
This Christmas, the forecourt retailer also said that 'in recognition of the vital services that the Irish Emergency Services provide communities across Ireland', it will provide free hot drinks on Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve to employees of An Garda Síochána, Fire Service, RNLI, Coastguard and the National Health Service at Circle K outlets nationwide.
"I’m also proud to reveal that we are recognising the continued dedication of the Emergency Services to the Irish public by offering all members of the services free hot drinks on Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve," Clover added.
"This offer is Circle K’s little way of giving something back to the people who work tirelessly to protect Ireland’s communities daily."
Earlier this year on 13 April, Topaz started rebranding as Circle K, with €20 million allocated to change its more than 420 forecourts across the country at the time.
The company said that despite the fact that the Re.Store brand would be replaced, its existing food offering would remain.
Canadian firm Alimentation Couche-Tard bought Topaz from businessman Denis O’Brien in 2015 in a deal valued at over €400 million.
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