PHOENIX — Temperatures may be warming up in the Valley, but that didn’t stop people from lining up Monday to get their hot Tim Hortons coffee at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale.
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The location is the chain’s only one in Arizona and, until Monday, was only open during Phoenix Coyotes games and other events. During games, hundreds of fans waited to get their coffee and Timbits (doughnut holes).
“We are excited to have our Tim Hortons stand open to the public seven days a week,” said Coyotes Co-Owner, President & CEO Anthony LeBlanc in a statement. “We are also very pleased to be able to offer customers Tim Hortons delicious Timbits. We hope coffee and donut lovers in the West Valley come to Jobing.com Arena to try Tim Hortons’ great products.”
Tim Hortons is now open daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hungry fans are asked to enter the arena via Gate 2.
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