Caribou Coffee has a reusable tumbler for $39.99 that gives you free brewed coffee now through October 31, 2019.
For $39.99 the endless refill cup gives you free hot brewed coffee every day through the end of October. (Iced coffee and hand crafted beverages are not eligible for free refills.)
You can buy in stores or order online at: Caribou Online Sales.
Caribou announced the tumbler, an annual Fall special, on Facebook:All Posts
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About Caribou Coffee (from Wikipedia)
Caribou Coffee Company (NASDAQ: CBOU) is a specialty coffee and espresso retailer, the second largest in the United States after Starbucks. It sells coffee, tea, and bakery goods in 415 company-owned coffeehouses in 16 states and the District of Columbia, as well as 126 franchise locations worldwide.
Caribou Coffee founder, John Puckett, was working as a management consultant for Boston-based firm Bain & Company, helping develop ideas and strategies for other companies, when he decided he wanted to become an entrepreneur. After a trip to Denali National Park in Alaska, he and his wife, Kim, decided to raise money and start a coffee company. His wife stayed with a job at General Motors while John moved to Minnesota to find the first site and put together financing.
The initial concept for Caribou was a five-day-a-week schedule aimed at downtown office workers, mimicking what worked in Boston. Puckett signed a lease for the first location to be in the large Pillsbury Center office building. However, soon afterward the building’s landlord decided not to sign the lease, because another of the building’s retail tenants had exclusive rights to selling coffee in the building and had threatened to sue them. As a result, the financing for the store fell through because it was dependent on that specific site. Puckett opted to start looking for an available location in the suburbs. The first Caribou Coffee opened in Edina, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis, in December 1992.
You can find the Caribou Coffee menu at http://www.cariboucoffee.com/menu-nutrition