Any size Polar Pop cup just 69 cents all year long, at Kangaroo Express convenience stores.
Kangaroo Express, now part of Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., is rolling out Circle K’s Polar Pop Cup, a cup made from polar foam the ensures cold beverages maintain their chill.
The cup is now available year-round in any size for just 69 cents, plus tax, at participating Kangaroo Express stores throughout the Southeast.
“Polar Pop Cup is the perfect way to cool down at a great value, providing even more options for our loyal store guests,” said Will Rice, vice president operations, South Atlantic. “We invite fans to stop in, check out the Polar Pop Corner and keep the savings flowing all year long on drinks and on-the-go meals and snacks!”
In addition to bringing Polar Pop Cup to Kangaroo Express stores, many locations throughout the Southeast are receiving upgraded fountain equipment. This is the first of many new upgrades that guests will enjoy at Kangaroo Express as a result of the convenience store chain’s acquisition by Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., which operates in the U.S. mostly under the Circle K brand.
Fans are encouraged to share their Polar Pop Cup experiences through social media using the hashtag #PolarPopNation. Follow Polar Pop Cup on Facebook to learn more and join the Polar Pop nation movement.
On March 17, 2015, convenience store chain Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., acquired The Pantry Inc., which operates primarily under the Kangaroo Express brand. As of February 1, 2015, Couche-Tard’s network comprised 6,314 convenience stores throughout North America, including 4,870 stores with road transportation fuel dispensing. Following the acquisition of The Pantry, Inc. on March 16, 2015, more than 1,500 additional stores were added to the network in the United States, totaling 7,815 convenience stores approximately.