Attention java lovers, imagine getting your favorite beverage for free…for the rest of your life?!
Horn & Hardart, the legendary company that revolutionized the coffee business in America more than a century ago is doing just that with an incredible sweepstakes — Win Horn & Hardart Coffee for Life! ☕
That means a fortunate coffee enthusiast will enjoy one (12 oz.) bag of delicious premium Arabica coffee, sourced from some of the finest coffee producing nations in the world, each month for the rest of his or her life. Here’s how to enter for a chance to win this amazing prize:
That’s it. No purchase is necessary to enter or win. A purchase does not increase the chances of winning. An entrant can have additional opportunities to enter the contest by sharing on social media.That means more chances for a shot at winning free coffee for the rest of your life!
Entries will be accepted online starting on or about October 16, 2017 at 12:00 AM and ending November 23, 2017 at 11:59 PM. All online entries must be received by Nov 23, 2017 at 11:59 PM. All times are (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada). The Horn & Hardart Coffee for Life winner will be selected in a random drawing, and the winner will be notified via email in late November.
“The only thing we ask of the winner is that he or she sends us a photo of themselves with a bag of Horn & Hardart Coffee annually to prove that he/she is still alive,” said H&H President Al Mazzone. “Knowing the antioxidant benefits of a daily cup of Joe, we’re hoping our winner will be enjoying our coffee for a very long time.”
The well-known brand re-entered the coffee business several months ago by introducing a new e-commerce site which offers whole bean/ground classic Liberty Roast, decaf, espresso, and K-Cups®. Long considered one of the great coffees of the world, Mazzone has been able to replicate the original H&H coffee served for a century in the iconic Automats – innovativerestaurants that first used coin-operated glass and chrome vending machines to dispense food and beverages.
Horn & Hardart was founded in 1888 in Philadelphia. The very first Automat opened in 1902 with hundreds more opening in Philly, New Jersey, and New York City, forever changing the way people ordered and dined in restaurants. While the last H&H Automat closed its doors in 1991 coffee lovers can still savor that same delicious cup of coffee now delivered to their doorsteps!