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Bruegger's Bagels celebrates 30 years with Three Free Bagel Day

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) -

Brueggers Bagels is celebrating its 30th year with Three Free Bagel Day as a thank-you to its guests and as a fundraiser for Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals.

On Thursday, from open until 2 p.m., guests can visit any participating Bruegger's Bagels bakery, present a coupon and receive three free bagels of their choice. In return, guests are encouraged to donate to their local Children's Miracle Network hospital and help kids and families in need.

To get their free bagels, Bruegger's Bagels guests can visit the brand's Facebook page and click on the "3 Free Bagel" tab to print a coupon or display it on their smartphone at the register of their local bakery. The brand's email club members will receive the coupon via email.

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