“Too many of us know someone who has been touched by this disease and Circle K is honored to do its part to find a cure and provide support to help educate women about early detection, diagnosis and treatment”
Circle K will donate 25 cents each time a customer uses the Circle K mobile app to scan the donation barcode when refilling their “pink ribbon” tumbler with fresh coffee or a Polar Pop beverage. These donations will be used to support breast cancer research, education and patient-assistance programs.
“Too many of us know someone who has been touched by this disease and Circle K is honored to do its part to find a cure and provide support to help educate women about early detection, diagnosis and treatment,” said Todd Isaacs, Circle K’s Senior Director of Customer Marketing and Loyalty North America.
There is no out-of-pocket cost to the customer to use the donation barcode. It is simply a chance for customers to show their support through their Circle K purchases. In addition to the pink ribbon refill opportunity, Circle K is also offering a “share” reward within the Circle K mobile app in October. When a customer shares the reward with family and friends through Facebook or Twitter, he or she can earn a FREE medium hot beverage as a thank you for spreading awareness.
The Circle K mobile app is available at www.circlek.com/mobile-app. After downloading, customers can register to take advantage of many Circle K discounts and giveaways.
ABOUT CIRCLE K:
Circle K is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. (“Couche-Tard”), the largest independent convenience store operator in terms of number of company-operated stores. In the United States, its network consists of 15 business units covering 48 states. Couche-Tard’s global network totals nearly 16,000 sites.