Royal Farms is thanking educators by giving away one free coffee — any size, hot or iced — on World Teachers’ Day.
The freebie will be available at all locations, including the convenience chain’s stores across South Jersey, on Oct. 5.
“We are so appreciative of the teachers in our communities and the impact they have on our future leaders. We want to celebrate World Teachers’ Day by treating teachers with the fuel they need to seize the day,” Frank Schilling, Royal Farms’ director of marketing and merchandising, said in a Sept. 27 announcement.
To get the free coffee, teachers just need to present their work ID to a cashier.
Owned by Cloverfield Farms Dairy, Baltimore-based Royal Farms has more than 300 stores along the East Coast. Within New Jersey, the brand has locations in Brick, Absecon, Bellmawr, Berlin, Clementon, Egg Harbor Township, Gloucester, Magnolia, Manville, Marlton, Mount Laurel, Paulsboro, Sicklerville, Stratford and Voorhees Township.
RoFo Rewards members also earn fuel discounts, receive points for everyday purchases and redeem other surprise offers year-round.
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