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Duck Donuts® Offers a Box Full of St. Patrick’s Day-Inspired Donuts

Available at all Duck Donuts Locations, Limited-Time Lucky Duck Assortment Features Magical Marshmallow Cereal Topping

Customers are in luck this St. Patrick’s Day as Duck Donuts, known for serving Warm, Delicious and Made-to-Order® donuts is offering a unique topping that has never been offered by the brand before. The Lucky Duck Assortment is available at all locations, and features a well-known, magical marshmallow cereal topping.

“Donuts are always at the end of our rainbow and we’re excited to share sham-rocking combinations with all of our fans this St. Paddy’s Day,” said Russ DiGilio, CEO and founder of Duck Donuts. “As an innovative and emerging company, we decided to push the envelope this green-inspired season to see how our customers would respond to our unique cereal topping.”

Perfect for any St. Paddy’s Day celebrations, the limited-time Lucky Duck Assortment is available now through March 17, and features combinations such as green, vanilla flavored icing with kid-approved marshmallow cereal topping, blueberry with powdered sugar, green, vanilla icing with coconut flakes, and more. The company’s popular Cozy Combinations Assortment featuring toffee crunch topping made with HEATH and Winter Roast coffee is only available through the end of the month.

Duck Donuts specializes in warm, delicious and made-to-order donuts. Customers can create their own donut combination by choosing from a variety of coatings, toppings and drizzles, including traditional favorites such as chocolate icing with sprinkles and more adventurous creations such as maple icing with bacon. The family-friendly stores offer a viewing area where children and adults alike can watch their donuts being made. Duck Donuts also sells coffee, tea, donut breakfast sandwiches and now offers online ordering in many locations. To learn more about local promotions or locate the nearest Duck Donuts, visit


Duck Donuts was founded in 2006 by Russ DiGilio in Duck, North Carolina. His intention? To solve a family vacation problem: “Our family wanted a place to buy warm, delicious, made-to-order donuts, and when we couldn’t find one, we decided to start our own.”

By 2011, Duck Donuts had expanded to four Outer Banks locations and the donut business was so successful that DiGilio was continuously approached about franchise opportunities by fans who begged for a Duck Donuts in their community. The first franchise opened in Williamsburg, Virginia, in 2013, and there are now 78 open franchise locations in two countries and more than 145 additional contracts in 26 states.