MHP & Krispy Kreme Missoula to Host Event Benefitting Montana Hope Project

MISSOULA, MT (August 27, 2018) – Krispy Kreme Missoula, independently owned and operated by Sweet Opportunity, LLC, is partnering with the Montana Highway Patrol to host its first Doughnut Patrol event benefitting the Montana Hope Project, a local charity that makes the dreams of children in Montana who are critically ill come true. On Saturday, September 15 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. locals are encouraged to visit Missoula’s Krispy Kreme shop to purchase coffee and doughnuts while getting to know their local MHP Troopers. The Montana Hope Project will receive a percentage of all sales made during the event.

 

“As a resident and local business owner in Missoula, it’s important for me and my team to give back to this amazing community we’re fortunate enough to call home,” said Hunter Boyd, owner of Sweet Opportunity, LLC. “While the Krispy Kreme Missoula location opened only three years ago, we hope to continue bringing joy to Missoulians one doughnut at a time for many more years to come.”

 

In addition to meeting with local MHP Troopers during the Doughnut Patrol event, one lucky guest will find a randomly placed golden ticket among their purchased doughnuts which will be redeemable for a free dozen doughnuts each month for a year.

 

Krispy Kreme Missoula is located at 1025 W. Central Ave. For more information about the Doughnut Patrol event, connect with Krispy Kreme Missoula on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/KrispyKremeMissoula/ or call the shop at 406-926-2810. This event is sponsored by Sweet Oppurtunity, LLC, and is not affiliated with Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation.

 

The Krispy Kreme Missoula location is open Sunday-Saturday from 6 a.m. – 9 p.m. For Hot Light Hours, visit www.KrispyKreme.com/Location/Missoula-1.

 

 

About Montana Hope Project

Now the charity of the Association of Montana Troopers, the Montana Hope Project was started in 1984 by the Montana Highway Patrol. What started as a way for Troopers to serve their communities in a special and unique way has grown into a non-profit organization recognized all over the state of Montana. The mission of the Montana Hope Project is to fulfill the dreams and wishes of the children of Montana who suffer from a terminal, critical, or chronic illness that are between the ages of 2 and 18 years. Because the Montana Hope Project is run entirely by volunteers, 83% of funds raised go directly to serving our Children of Hope.

 

Please, visit our website at www.montanahope.org to find contact information, read stories from our wish families, view upcoming events, purchase merchandise, or make a tax-deductible donation. You can also “like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/montanahope.org to receive all the latest Hope Project news and participate in fun, Facebook-only events and giveaways.

 

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