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AIRED: 03-23-2021

Krispy Kreme will give away a free glazed doughnut to anyone who comes in with a COVID-19 vaccination card through the end of 2021, the company announced Monday.
Whatever little things brands can do to help make it past the pandemic are good things, Chief Marketing Office Dave Skena told Insider in a phone call. There are no limits on the free donuts, so a vaccinated person could potentially go every day. March madness apparently isn’t just a basketball tournament.


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