DENVER - June 7 is National Doughnut Day and that means free doughnuts for you!
Doughnut Day was created by The Salvation Army in 1917 to honor the women or "Lassies" who made doughnuts for soldiers on the front lines during World War I. Now, National Doughnut Day is celebrated on the first Friday in June.
To celebrate, LaMar's will be giving customers a free donut (anything with a hole in the middle) on Friday, no purchase necessary. Lamar's will have a red Salvation Army bucket by the counter for anyone who wants to make a donation.
Krispy Kreme will also give customers a free doughnut, no purchase necessary. Krispy Kreme has two locations in the Denver area -- Lone Tree and Thornton.
Lora's Donuts and Bakery Shop in Englewood is offering all customers a free regular donut. If you are in the military, a veteran, police, or fireman, you get two free regular donuts and a small coffee. Learn more on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Loras-Donuts-And-Bakery-Shop/283244966377 Thanks to Jim for this tip.
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