LaMar’s Donuts and Coffee is Celebrating National Donut Day All This Week

This week, LaMar’s Donuts and Coffee will celebrate National Donut Day, a day dedicated to celebrating the members of the Salvation Army who served donuts to soldiers during World War I. Donuts have long been a great way for people to gather in celebration, and in a time of unprecedented difficulty, LaMar’s wants to create a way for people and communities to come together.
Promotions for this year’s National Donut Day include:
Community heroes will also be entitled to two free donuts on Friday, June 4 in the week leading up to National Donut Day.
About LaMar’s Donuts
After developing his original donut recipe as a teenager in 1933, Ray Lamar opened the first LaMar’s Donuts in 1960 in Kansas City, Missouri. Today the franchised chain has 25 stores in five states: Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. LaMar’s has won numerous awards and favorable reviews for its handmade donuts by such publications as The New Yorker and Gourmet magazine and was the first donut to be reviewed and acclaimed by Zagat, the world’s most trusted guide to restaurants. LaMar’s Donuts are proclaimed by many as “simply a better donut.”
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