Tim’s Announces Virtual U.S. Restaurant


DUBLIN, Ohio — No Canadian ex-pat or American coffee lover need be deprived of Tim Hortons any longer, with news that the famed Canuck coffee and doughnut house has opened an online store for U.S. customers.

“We get phone calls and emails every day from people who crave Tim Hortons coffee but don’st live near a restaurant,” said David McMullen, vice-president of U.S. Marketing for the chain. “Our new online store helps bring our coffee right to their door. The site is simple, fast and friendly, just like our restaurants. And, it has great gift ideas for the Tim Hortons lover who’s moved away.”

Now, more than 25 of the coffee shop’s products, including ground coffee, boxed tea, travel mugs and insulated coffee carriers, can be bought online for the price that would be paid at most Tim’s locations (minus the shipping and handling). All major credit cards are accepted, and delivery is available in all U.S. states.

Tim Hortons has 3,700 locations in Canada and the U.S., with more than 550 units in the states.


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