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Royal Farms To Give Free Drink For National Coffee Day

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Baltimore-based Royal Farms rewards members will receive a free any size coffee when using their registered Rofo Rewards app or card Sept. 29 in honor of National Coffee Day.

The coffee giveaway is part of an ongoing effort to gift Rofo Rewards members a free item every week.

Royal Farms’ new Swiss-made coffee brewing system provides customers a fresh cup of hot or iced coffee. Each cup is brewed from roasted whole Arabica coffee beans that are ground before brewing. People can choose from its variety of coffees, such as 100 percent Colombian, Brazilian Dark Roast and Royal Farms Gourmet Blend.

To become a Rofo Rewards member, create an account on the Royal Farms app or visit roforewards.com.

Since 1959, Royal Farms is an operator of neighborhood convenience stores with more than 260 locations in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Customers with the app will also be able to earn Royalty Points on all purchases. Two Royalty Points will be earned with every dollar spent on food and groceries and one Royal Point for every gallon of fuel purchased at the pump.

For more beverage news from The Shelby Report, click here.

Royal Farms recently donated water to residents affected by the E. coli bacteria tap-water in Baltimore. To read the full story presented by The Shelby Report, click here.

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