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Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Dunkin' Donuts report

Just went to the Dunkin' Donuts in the Fifth Third building on Fountain Square to pick up my free 16-ounce iced coffee and there were only a couple of people in line ahead of me doing the same. So go get yours, and happy first day of spring!

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at 1:31 PM Blogger Julie Gaw said...

Yum! I am so there. A good excuse to get out and take a walk in the 70-degree weather. SPRING IS HERE!!! :)

 
at 12:43 PM Blogger NKYGAL said...

I didn't know there was a DD downtown... Uhhhh. I totally could have taken advantage of this, not to mention I could have been stopping there in the mornings before work.

 
at 12:50 PM Blogger Julie Gaw said...

Man. No more coffee late in the afternoon for me. Tea and coke I can handle. I didn't get over there till after 4:30 pm, and they were getting kind of tired of dishing up free coffee. But I was WIRED till well after midnight last night...

 
at 3:30 PM Blogger Lauren Bishop said...

I didn't know there was one downtown either until recently--it's not very visible at all. But maybe that's a good thing...

 
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