For the price of three cups of coffee at the regular price, you can enjoy unlimited coffee all month long. New Hotel Mertens says it'll offer an unlimited coffee membership.
For the special introductory price of only $9 a month, members will enjoy unlimited coffee all month long.
This special price is limited to the first 100 people who join. After that, memberships will be available at $15 a month.
The subscription start on the first day of New Hotel Mertens Bakery reopening.
Cedar Point is celebrating everyday heroes with a chance to be awarded the Ticket of A Lifetime, which affords the recipient lifetime admission to Cedar Point and Cedar Point Shores Waterpark.
Through May 29, you can nominate an everyday hero by visiting cpeverydayheroes.com and submit a photo of the hero, plus a few words about how he or she is making an impact in the community.
A total of 10 heroes will be selected by a panel of judges. Each winner can select three friends or family members to receive a ticket of a lifetime, for a total of four per hero.
Faygo has brought back a high-ranking flavor of pop not seen on store shelves in Michigan in 15 years.
Pineapple Orange is now available across the Midwest and on the East Coast, over the last decade, the flavor had only been available in southern states.
Faygo is celebrating the return of the flavor with the marketing campaign "Together We Pop," featuring creative content, contests, and more. The new campaign was created to deliver a message of positivity and togetherness. It will also include a game show where contestants will pair up to answer fun questions for Faygo swag.
As people continue to practice safe social distancing as advised by health experts to help slow the spread of COVID-19, Arizona beverage company has the perfect way to help pass the time.
It has introduced a 1,000 piece puzzle that will not only keep you busy, but exercise your brain as well.
There has been increased interest in puzzles lately, highlighted by social media users as well as from celebrities showing off their finished pieces.
The puzzle, which sells for $10, has photos of the company's Arizona Lemon Tea cans.
As home quarantine continues for millions of Americans, bakers are making focaccia gardens to help pass the time, and the eye-catching loafs might be the best things since sliced bread.
Home bakes are loading their focaccia spreads with herbs, spices, vegetables, and more, carefully placing each topping to create a tasty-looking garden landscape. From yellow-pepper sunflowers to bushes made of fresh herbs, focaccia gardens are bringing extra color to dinner tables across the glove, and lighting up social media along the way.