Free Coffee for Designated Drivers on New Year's Eve

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Champagne will inevitably be poured, but how about coffee, too?

It's about time somebody shows some love for designated drivers, especially on the one of the biggest nights of the year for boozing.

Dutch Bros. Coffee is doing its part to keep non-drinkers alert and toasty warm with a free 16-ounce cup of coffee, available on New Year's Eve from 6 to 10 p.m.

Read on for details on Valley locations where you can get your caffeine fix:


1037 S. Rural Road

3213 S. Mill Ave.


1422 N. Scottsdale Road


4 W. Camelback Road

205 Fern Valley Road

2961 E. Bell Road


1960 E. McKellips Rd.

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