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Chandler Jones serves coffee with a smile
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Chandler Jones: star defensive end, ping pong aficionado and… iced coffee enthusiast?
On Tuesday afternoon, Chandler headed to Warwick, R.I., where he put on an apron and handed out 95 free iced coffees in support of Dunkin’ Donuts Iced Coffee Day. For the fundraiser, which is taking place today, $1 from every cool caffeine fix goes to local children’s hospitals.
Chandler was all smiles as he worked the drive-thru, posed for selfies and served coffee alongside Pat Patriot.
He wasn’t the only local athlete to get in on the fun, though; Red Sox slugger David Ortiz did the same at a Salem, N.H., Dunkin’ Donuts. The two follow in the footsteps of Rob Gronkowski, who served donuts and coffee to customers in 2012, when he announced a new partnership with the chain.
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