Their Twitter post was one of the most retweeted updates on the National Day Of Honour tag and not long after posting this on our "Thank A Soldier" Facebook page we began receiving messages & comments from military members (That were in full uniform) who went to their local Tim Hortons after the National Day Of Honour parades and were told that such a promo didn't exist and they would have to pay for their coffees.
The post on our Facebook page received 45 shares and was seen by 19,000 people.
Here's the update on their website.
Also the following was posted on their Twitter feed.
Numerous messages like this began to come in :
I guess the "Memo" never made it to all Tim Hortons as we have reports now from over one hundred members of the Canadian Forces who went to Tim Horton's locations in eight different provinces and were told they never received any word of such a promotion from head office and were told they would have to pay for their coffees regardless of what day it was.
Almost 24 hours ago I posted the following on our @Thankasoldier Twitter feed but received no reply from @TimHortons on Twitter.
My question to Tim Horton's is that if you are going to post something on your web page & on your national Twitter feed wouldn't you make sure that every location in Canada is aware of it to avoid this kind of thing?
If you went to a Timmies on the National Day of Honour and were told the same thing feel free to leave a comment on this blog.