In Denver pastries are taking flight in honor of National Doughnut Day, which takes place on Friday.
National Doughnut Day was first created by Chicago’s Salvation Army as a means of a fundraisers in 1938.
Lamar’s Donuts has teamed up with the Denver Salvation Army on Wednesday to make some delightful and unexpected special deliveries.
They have used a drone to carry some doughnuts through the sky, surprising all those who looked up that day. This will not be an every day occurrence and was only brought out to honor the special day.
The first stop on the delivery route was the Denver Police Department. While that could be seen with a touch of irony, they enjoyed their delivery.
The second stop on the route was the 16th Street Mall. There, the doughnuts were available to anyone who was interested in having a bite of the pastry.
Lamar’s Donuts and the Denver Salvation Army teamed up Wednesday, getting ready to celebrate National Doughnut Day on Friday by making some very special doughnut deliveries. They did that with a drone. First stop, the Denver Police Department. No kidding. Second stop, the Denver Fire Department Station No. 1 on Colfax Avenue. After that, it was off to the 16th Street Mall, where the drone dropped boxes of Lamar’s Donuts that were then handed out to anyone who wanted to eat one. National Doughnut Day started in 1938 as a fundraiser for Chicago’s Salvation Army. We are still a few years away from actual drone-delivered doughnuts, but until then, keep looking up.