New Orleans-born coffeehouse to give away gift cards, tumblers, mugs and more to guests in the drive-thru at random on July 24
NEW ORLEANS — PJ’s Coffee is offering a special surPRIZE this National Drive-Thru Day!
To celebrate the holiday, on Sunday, July 24, the New Orleans-born coffeehouse will be giving away over $3,500 worth of swag, gift cards, prizes and more to drive-thru customers. Plus, a few lucky guests across the country will walk away with the grand prize — a PJ’s Coffee gift basket valued at over $300! At each participating location, guests will be selected at random and surprised with a giveaway.
“We’re thrilled to celebrate this holiday by giving back to our guests,” said VP of Brand Strategy Reid Nolte. “We have a lot of fun prizes, and we look forward to showing our appreciation for our loyal fans by surprising them with gifts!”
PJ’s Coffee features a wide selection of beverages and food, including PJ’s Original Cold Brew™ Iced Coffee, direct trade coffees, frozen beverages, organic tea, freshly baked pastries as well as breakfast and lunch sandwiches. Customers can also purchase PJ’s whole-bean coffee bags and single-serve cups, allowing coffee lovers to enjoy their favorite combinations from their own homes.
What: PJ’s Coffee is celebrating National Drive-Thru Day by giving away over $3,500 worth of swag, gift cards, prizes and more to drive-thru customers.
When: Sunday, July 24.
Where: All participating Drive-Thru locations.
About PJ’s Coffee
Phyllis Jordan, a pioneer in the coffee industry, founded PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans in 1978, and demonstrated that better beans, superior roasting techniques, and pure passion for the art of coffeemaking mattered. In 2008, the company was purchased by New Orleans natives and brothers, Paul, Steven, and Scott Ballard. PJ’s Coffee serves a wide variety of hot, iced and frozen coffee beverages using only the best quality Arabica coffee beans, as well as organic tea and fresh breakfast pastries. PJ’s Original Cold Brew™ Ice Coffee is brewed daily using a special cold-drip process that protects the flavor and strength of the beans, while producing a coffee that is two-thirds less acidic – a process and technique developed by its founder and used for more than 40 years at all PJ’s locations. Bags of whole bean coffee and single-serve cups of PJ’s Coffee are available for sale in-store and online. With more than 145 operating stores, including four international locations, PJ’s Coffee continues to grow in the U.S. and abroad. For more information, visit pjscoffee.comon Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.