Tim Hortons Brings Back Roll Up the Rim in Special Edition
The most classic Canadian chain, Tim Hortons, has rolled up with a surprise for Canada’s 150th birthday!
RRRoll Up the Rim to Win is back until July 21, 2017.
For the first time in Tims history, the contest is back for the second time in one year, all to celebrate our country's big 1-5-0 with new prizes.
The special edition of RRRoll Up the Rim has a bunch of never-before-seen prizes, including ten Canadian vacations valued at $10,000 each - you could buy a coffee today and be exploring the Rockies or the Atlantic coast next week!
“Tims is proud to be part of communities across Canada, so to celebrate this national milestone we wanted to show our appreciation for Canadians who have made us part of their daily routine for over 50 years,” says Sami Siddiqui, President, Tim Hortons Canada.”RRRoll up has become a Canadian tradition, so we think there is no better way to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday alongside our Guests in a truly Canadian way than with Canada’s Favourite Contest.”
More classic prizes are still available for this special edition of the contest. More than 16 million prizes are available, including 8,000 $50 Tim Cards(r) as well as food and beverage favourites.
All prized must be claimed by July 31, 2017.
Sidenote, we can all be relieved that Tims is not releasing the poutine doughtnut in Canada - only in the states!
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