Gronkowski Helps Dunkin' Donuts Send Fan to Patriots Game in London
Paul Wood, Jr. from Dorchester is headed to London for the New England Patriots game in October against the St. Louis Rams after he was "Caught Cold" by Dunkin' Donuts and Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski at Patriot Place Monday.
Paul Wood, Jr. from Dorchester is headed to London in October for the New England Patriots game vs. the St. Louis Rams after he was "Caught Cold" Monday at the Patriot Place Dunkin' Donuts in Foxborough.
Wood Jr. was greeted by New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who was dressed for the part (see photo above), at the Patriot Place Dunkin' Donuts. Gronk presented Wood Jr. with a trip for two to watch the Patriots play in London.
Dunkin’ Donuts, through its "Caught Cold" program, has awarded guests with more than 1,500 free tickets to various sporting events and concerts in the area over the years.
The promotion began in October 2010 and consists of street teams scouring the Greater Boston area looking for fans with a Dunkin' Donuts Iced Coffee in hand and awards them with free tickets. Since its inception, the campaign has awarded more than 1,500 Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins, Patriots, JetBlue airline tickets and LiveNation concert tickets to Dunkin’ Donuts Iced Coffee drinkers.
Dunkin’ Donuts has given away more than $75,000 in tickets since the program began.
“Caught Cold” takes place bi-weekly. For more information, including the city/town of the next giveaway, fans are encouraged to follow @DunkinBoston on Twitter.