Celebrate National Rubber Ducky Day at Duck Donuts on January 13, 2020. Buy a rubber ducky in store and get a free cinnamon sugar donut for your troubles. What are you going to do with the rubber ducky? Play in the tub with it or hand it over to Ernie, I guess.
“National Rubber Ducky Day gives us the opportunity to celebrate a micro-holiday with our guests that is unique to our brand,” says Russ DiGilio, founder and CEO of Duck Donuts Franchising Company in this press release. “We originated in Duck, North Carolina, and our duck logo is a staple to our brand, as are the small rubber ducks we sell. In fact, in 2019, our 87 locations sold more than 117,000 ducks.”
Duck Donuts also announced the special on Facebook.
About Duck Donuts (from Wikipedia)
Duck Donuts is an American doughnut company based in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Duck Donuts was founded in 2006 in Duck, North Carolina, by Russ DiGilio and Robin Griffith, and has since expanded to more than sixty locations across the United States. The chain’s products include customizable, made-to-order doughnuts, other baked goods, and a range of beverages.
Duck Donuts’ menu predominantly comprises doughnuts, sandwiches, coffee, and desserts. The “cake doughnuts” at Duck Donuts are made-to-order and customizable, with topping options including “chopped bacon” and peanuts. The entire doughnut-making process is automated using doughnut makers from Belshaw Adamatic. Among the four kinds of breakfast sandwiches sold by Duck Donuts is the OBX, which is described as “a sliced doughnut with egg, cheese, sausage or bacon and topped with maple drizzle and chopped bacon”. Duck Donuts’ dessert selection includes doughnut sundaes made with Breyers ice cream.