Dunkin’ Donuts holiday cup: Dunkin Donuts Holiday Cup
Published: November 12, 2015
Dunkin’ Donuts holiday cup: Dunkin Donuts Holiday Cup, Just as Starbucks was feeling the burn from pastors, social media users and even Donald Trump over its plain red holiday cup, Dunkin’ Donuts turned up the heat – apparently inadvertently – with a seasonal vessel filled to the brim with Christmas cheer.
As it does every year, the doughnut and coffeehouse chain recently released its own holiday cup. Like the Starbucks cup, it doesn’t explicitly say “Merry Christmas,” but the white Styrofoam cup does feature symbols associated with the holiday, including green snowflakes and the word “JOY” written in red cursive.
Some of those offended by Starbucks’ simple, agnostic holiday design, which has been branded by some critics as part of a “war on Christmas,” have embraced Dunkin’s more festive approach and lauded the brand on social media.
Dunkin’ Donuts insists the cups are a part of its holiday tradition and were not a response to the Starbucks’ controversy.
“For many years Dunkin’ Donuts has served coffee in festive cups featuring the word ‘joy’ as part of our annual celebration of the season and holiday offerings,” Dunkin’ Donuts said in an e-mail statement to NBC. “We believe this conveys the happiness and spirit of the holiday season in a way that resonates with our guests.”
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