Cumberland Farms Makes Friday More Fantastic

Cumberland Farms announces Free Coffee Fridays are back, beginning Friday, November 11. Receive a surprisingly delicious, satisfyingly smooth cup of Cumberland Farms' Farmhouse Blend coffee -- any size, any way you like it -- absolutely free. Fridays just got better.

Friday, November 11, 18 and 25

All participating Cumberland Farms locations, while supplies last.

The average American drinks 3.1 cups of coffee each day. And with the trend toward pricey specialty coffees, Americans are feeling the pinch. Satisfying your coffee craving with a cup (or three) shouldn't break the bank, or disappoint your taste buds. That's why Cumberland Farms created Farmhouse Blend -- freshly brewed, surprisingly delicious and competitively priced at 99 cents any size, any day of the week; it will wow your taste buds and your wallet. Cumberland Farms Farmhouse Blend coffee is getting even more wallet-friendly with Free Coffee Fridays, beginning Friday November 11.

Farmhouse Blend is made from 100% Arabica beans, giving it a mellow, medium blend with a unique balance of aroma, body and flavor. Iced or hot, large or small, Cumberland Farms Farmhouse Blend will change the way consumers think about convenience store coffee. A convenient, quality cup of coffee doesn't have to be a special treat or splurge -- it should be affordable. Or better yet, free on Fridays!

Cumberland Farms makes life easier for busy people every day. What started in 1939 with a cow and a dream has grown into a network of convenience stores across 11 states. Three generations later, Cumberland Farms is still family owned and operated, and continues to reflect the values it was built upon: envisioning a better way to serve customers by providing the best possible products at the best possible prices. Whether you're buying a cold Chill Zone drink, a hot or iced cup of Farmhouse Blend Coffee, or filling the gas tank, convenience and customer service is key. Cumberland Farms also has a long heritage of giving back to the communities where it operates from feeding the hungry and serving the disabled to supporting local sports teams and fundraising.

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