Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme's Newest Holiday Doughnuts Are Probably Fattening Up Santa

They're back! And no, we're not just talking about Rudolph and his eight adorably-named reindeer friends.

Krispy Kreme has unveiled its holiday line-up of doughnuts, along with a winter beverage that aims to squash pumpkin spice latte season for good.

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Krispy Kreme Is Rewarding Voters with Free Doughnuts on Election Day

Nothing is more patriotic than exercising your right to vote and eating doughnuts, so Krispy Kreme has decided to reward us all with a giveaway worthy of crooked media attention.

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On Tuesday, November 8, guests can visit any participating Krispy Kreme location, show off their prized "I Voted" sticker and receive a free doughnut of their choice.

Doughnut-Loving Shaquille O'Neal Now Owns a Krispy Kreme, Obviously

If there's one thing Shaq loves more than basketball, Superman and Gold Bond, it's Krispy Kreme doughnuts.

The 7'1 renaissance man has taken to social media and YouTube to proudly display his affinity for the fried dough confectionery.

Thus, it was only natural for him to open up a franchise of his own.

Pumpkin Spice Doughnuts For One Day Only At Kripsy Kreme

Mark your calendars.

Krispy Kreme Is Giving Away Free Doughnuts to Pirates (and Wannabes)

“Argh, matey! Surrender the doughnut or walk the plank!”

That’s basically all you'll need to say to snag a free Krispy Kreme glazed original doughnut on Monday, September 19. If you rock an eye patch, bandana, and wooden leg (a minimum of three pirate-themed items), you’ll get a free dozen.

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When Will Krispy Kreme's Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Doughnut Come to America?

Seriously, Krispy Kreme? You really think you can just casually release Reese's doughnuts overseas without peanut butter-loving Americans getting a whiff of the news? The company was founded here for crying out loud. What is your reasoning? Where is your loyalty? Where is your PATRIOTISM?

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Nike and Krispy Kreme Make for an Unlikely Sneaker Collaboration

I get it, A large number of sneakers we buy aren’t intended to enhance anyone’s athletic performance; they’re strictly fashion. Still, it seems like an athletic shoe brand and a doughnut company would make for odd bedfellows: A passion for donuts and an aspiration to emulate a professional athlete are two personality traits that would seem to send you down opposing paths.

Krispy Kreme Makes ‘World’s Tastiest Coupon’ Out of Doughnut Glaze

Marketers are obsessed with finding new ways to engage people through technology: tweets, Vines, all sorts of apps. How are brands supposed to cut through the clutter?

Krispy Kreme Trying Out Doughnut Ice Cream Sandwiches on the Wrong Side of the Pacific

Why does it seem like Asia gets all the awesome food before we do? For instance, Krispy Kreme recently introduced doughnut ice cream sandwiches in South Korea. Come on, Krispy Kreme, that’s got America written all over it!

Called the Kool Donut, these cold sandwiches are a hole-free donut sliced in half and filled with Kripsy Kreme’s soft-serve ice cream, known as Kool Kreme. From there, the ice cream is topped with one of three flavor swirls: caramel, chocolate or strawberry. Apparently, all that sugary goodness goes for just 3,000 won—or around $2.75.

Krispy Kreme Giving Away Halloween Treat: Free Doughnuts!

Not enough companies get into the Halloween spirit. Sure, they’ll pull a bunch of cotton cobwebs around the store and sell you all sorts of orange and black crap. But what about the essence of Halloween? The handing out of free sugary snacks.

This year, Krispy Kreme’s got you covered. According to their Facebook page, participating stores will offer a free doughnut—including the Ghostbusters doughnut for all of you who were worried—to anyone who stops by in costume on Halloween.