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Dutch Bros. Celebrates 8th Arizona Location With Free Coffee at 8th Arizona Location

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Here's a little bonus to go with your morning brew tomorrow:

From 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday, November 11, Dutch Bros. Coffee, the privately-held drive-through coffee chain headquartered in Grants Pass, Oregon, is celebrating the opening of its 8th Arizona location located at 6461 South Rural Road, Tempe, with free 16-ounce drinks all day long.

And if you happen to be making your morning drive-thru for brew at one Dutch Bros.' other seven locations that day, you'll get a buck off all medium and large Dutch Classics, Freezes, and Smoothies.

Free coffee on a Friday? Sounds like a nice way to start the weekend. To find the Dutch Bros. Coffee nearest to you, go here.

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