Many people cannot start the day without their morning up of coffee. Amtrak’s Acela has taken notice to this. They know that people have to get to work and get to other important place. They have teamed up with Dunkin Donuts to getting coffee easier.
Every year Dunkin Donuts serves 1.9 billion cups of coffee to people that are on the go. Now a person does not have to wait until they reach the store to get a cup of coffee. Dunkin Original Blend as well as Decaf hot coffees are now being served on Acela trains.
The coffee that a traveler on Acela can get uses the same equipment and the same Arabica beans that are used in the Dunkin Donuts store. This will allow a person to have their favorite cup of coffee while they are traveling on these trains.
This partnership between the busy train and the popular coffee brand was designed to give travelers the coffee they want without having to make an extra stop. While a person is sitting on the Acela train they can enjoy improved traveling features over traditional Northeast Regional trains. They will get more legroom, wider seats, and wifi that is fast at no extra charge. In addition to this they get the chance to purchase some of the Dunkin Donuts coffee. Right now these services are available for people that travel the Northeast Corridor only on Acela.
Amtrak Acela is looking to expand the coffee service to people that travel other lines as well. Later on in the year Dunkin Donut coffee will be available to people that travel at any stops in the Northeast Region. Be sure to check back often for the latest updates and to see where the Dunkin Donut coffee will be available next. With Dunkin Donuts coffee on the train a person can enjoy their morning coffee while traveling to work, and finally avoid drinking the off-brand junk they served previously.
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