All Patriots fans want to do is move on from their teams Super Bowl LII defeat, but even their local Dunkin Donuts served up the sad reminder in addition to the morning coffee.
Over Labor day weekend, a few Massachusetts south coast Dunkin Donuts locations received the wrong shipment of beverage cups that contained Philadelphia Eagles “World Champion” branding and logos causing a stir among local Pats fans.
Dunkin Donuts, which sponsors the Eagles & Patriots, mistakingly sent Eagles champs cups to Massachusetts to the chagrin of angry Patriots fans. The company has apologized for the mixup (via @TSCPolitics) pic.twitter.com/gekv8csDkX
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) September 3, 2018
“I thought, ‘is this some kind of a joke’? This is Patriots Nation,” Pats fan Patti Panzer told Jim Hand of Attleboro’s Sun Chronicle.
Dunkin Donuts, a Canton MA based company, quickly released an apology to its New England customers.
“We appreciate our loyal customers for bringing this to our attention, and we are taking steps to ensure all of our local stores are stocked with the correct cups. Go Pats,” Dunkin corporate said in a statement to Hand.
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