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In , Tim Hortons announced that they would be opening stores in the United Kingdom starting in Glasgow saw the first UK store open its doors on June 2, , with a further store opening in Bishopbriggs in November In November , two stores in Cardiff opened, as well as a store opening in Dunfermline. In December , two further stores were opened in Trafford in the towns of Sale and Altrincham. Tim Hortons opened its first 2 stores in Northern Ireland in With the opening of the Braintree branch and the Stockport Greater Manchester branch in February , Tim Hortons has 47 locations in the United Kingdom, with a further 6 locations in development.
The menu also includes typical Mediterranean drinks apart from the typical drinks of a Tim Hortons. Tim Hortons' first stores offered only two products — coffee and doughnuts. The brochure does not list ingredient information. However, the pricing may vary since it is a franchise so the cost of each item may be slightly different depending on the owner of the location, as well as the province in which the franchise operates in.
Tim Hortons sells coffee, tea, hot chocolate ,  and soft drinks. In the mids the chain moved into specialty and premium items such as flavoured cappuccino , iced cappuccino, and iced coffee. Despite an expansion in their food offerings around , the brand remained heavily dependent on coffee sales.
The "original blend" is a medium, balanced roast that is the most popular served coffee in Canada. In November , the company announced that they would be adding espresso machines in 1, of their locations, later that month.
The menu contains a number of other baked goods, such as doughnut holes branded as Timbits , muffins , croissants , tea biscuits , cookies , rolls, danishes , and bagels. Since the mids, the chain has moved into other areas beyond doughnuts and coffee, including specialty and premium items such as New York-style cheesecake , and a lunch selection that includes soups, chili, and submarine -style sandwiches. In the fall of , the chain began rolling out a breakfast sandwich.
The sandwich consists of an egg patty, processed cheese slice, and either ham, bacon, or sausage as the topper, and is placed on either a biscuit, English muffin, or bagel. This was discontinued and replaced a year later with the barbecue and ranch chicken wrap snackers. In December , they introduced hash browns and the "Bagel B.
The deal called for each chain to convert 50 stores into dual-operation franchises, for a total of stores. The idea was successfully tested at two stores in Rhode Island. Despite the chain's ubiquity across Canada, Tim Hortons has never offered poutine as a regular menu item, despite the fact that poutine largely seen as Canada's signature dish  is offered at just about every other major restaurant chain in Canada.
Tim Hortons did offer poutine for the first time in across Canada for a limited time, using seasoned potato wedges instead of the typical french fries. Tim Hortons poutine received a mixed social media response. In Canada, the company began to offer hamburgers on the lunch menu in In an attempt to lure customers with a more healthy option, Tim Hortons offered a hamburger filled with the " Beyond Meat " meatless option. The offering of hamburgers was risky for the company in their attempt to compete with the popular, large hamburger chains such as McDonald's.
Wendy's and Burger King in Canada. Ironically, Burger King had acquired Tim Hortons in and was running it as a separate subsidiary, and had supply chain mechanisms already in place to supply Tim Hortons with hamburger items. However, after only a brief period, consumers did not respond well to Tim Hortons offering of hamburgers or the "Beyond Meat" variety.
With poor national sales, subsequently in , hamburgers were removed from the menus at the Canadian Tim Hortons stores. Coupled with the expansion and the expanded menu came the outsourcing of baked goods. Doughnuts, which used to be made at night to be ready for the morning rush, are now parbaked — partly cooked and then frozen and delivered to every restaurant in Canada from Brantford , Ontario. As of April [update] , many of the various muffin batters were being revoked, as frozen, pre-made and pre-wrapped muffins were being introduced at Tim Hortons locations.
Tim Hortons' switch to the parbaking system disappointed some customers, who noted that it contradicts the chain's "always fresh" slogan. David Swick reported in the Halifax Daily News on September 19, , Tim Hortons outlets in Atlantic Canada would no longer serve fresh doughnuts, but rather doughnuts that had been remotely factory-fried and then frozen and shipped.
A New York Times article contrasted the baked from scratch at stores' approach of Krispy Kreme and some Dunkin' Donuts locations compared to the "flash frozen" and shipped Tim Hortons method. The Times article also noted an apparent scarcity of doughnut specialties such as the dutchie at newly opened Tim Hortons stores in New York City.
Noting that "American visitors tend to flock to the sweets," including the "raisin-studded Dutchie", the Times found redemption among Canadians that the brand was once again a Canada-based company while contrasting the way politicians in the US "woo" soccer moms while in Canada they "go after Tim Hortons voters".
Always Tim Hortons. Canadian Business magazine named Tim Hortons as the best-managed brand in Canada in and Since , Tim Hortons has been the title sponsor of the Brier , the annual Canadian men's curling championships, along with the Canadian Ringette Championships. Shortly before December , they discontinued their gift certificates and replaced them with the Quickpay Tim Card.
In September , Tim Hortons courted controversy by mandating that employees were not to wear red as part of the Red Fridays campaign by families of the military to show support for Canadian troops. Within a few hours, Tim Hortons partially reversed its position and has allowed staff in Ontario stores to wear red ribbons or pins to show support for the wear red on Fridays campaign. On July 12, , it was announced that Tim Hortons had acquired the naming rights to the new stadium being built in Hamilton, Ontario.
The new stadium took on the name of Tim Hortons Field. It became the home stadium of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in In June , Tim Hortons pulled a four-week advertising campaign by energy company Enbridge from its in-store "Tims TV" service after three weeks following a petition by the advocacy group, SumOfUs. Even though the ads were part of a general "Life Takes Energy" campaign introduced by Enbridge the previous year, the group argued that Tim Hortons' airing of the ads implied an endorsement of controversial projects under development by Enbridge, such as the Northern Gateway pipeline , going on to say that "Enbridge's ad campaign uses attractive actors, cute kids and high production values to hide the real truth—its tar sands project will put ecosystems, salmon and wildlife in danger, create virtually no local jobs, and accelerate climate change.
In November , the chain began a promotion with Canadian singer Justin Bieber , which included the release of limited edition "Tim Biebs" Timbits and accompanying merchandise. Tim Hortons is also the primary sponsor of Forge FC.
Tim Hortons is popularly known as "Timmies". The media routinely refer to its iconic status, despite this being a relatively recent development; there were only a few outlets before the chain's expansion in the late s and s. It is a story of success and tragedy, of big dreams and small towns, of old-fashioned values and tough-fisted business, of hard work and of hockey.
Some commentators have bemoaned the rise of Tim Hortons as a national symbol. Rudyard Griffiths, director of The Dominion Institute , wrote in the Toronto Star in July that the ascension of the chain to the status of a cultural icon was a "worrying sign" for Canadian nationalism, adding, "Surely Canada can come up with a better moniker than the Timbit Nation.
The recognition of Tim Hortons as a Canadian icon has permeated into American culture as the result of product placement efforts in conjunction with a marketing agency. The chain has since embraced that comment as an unofficial slogan and has used it in promotional advertisements to emphasize their fixture in modern Canadian culture.
The chain has also been featured in the TV series Homeland as a result of the aforementioned product placement campaign. The parent company of Cold Stone Creamery , Kahala, announced in February that it had reached an agreement with Tim Hortons to open up to co-branded stores in the United States after successfully testing two locations in Rhode Island.
Tim Hortons has outlets located on at least seven Canadian Forces Bases. The new Kandahar location opened on July 1, , in a foot 12 m trailer on the military base. As of , over 31 million prizes were distributed each year,  including cars , televisions , and store products.
Customers determine if they have won prizes by unrolling the rim on their paper cups when they have finished their drink, revealing the result underneath. Prizes are not distributed randomly country-wide; each of the company's distribution regions has distinct prize-winning odds. Wilson explained his company had created a new cup design that allowed a message to be printed under the rim; the cup type cost no more than the current one and could enable a promotion or contest.
The contest is popular enough that Paul Kind has invented the Rimroller as seen on Dragons' Den , a device for rolling up the rim mechanically. The contest has seen several controversies including the theft of unrolled cups. The younger girl had found a cup in the garbage bin and could not roll up the rim, so she requested the help of an older girl. Once the winning cup was revealed, the older girl's family stated that they deserved the prize.
Tim Hortons originally stated that they would not intervene in the dispute. He claimed that his unnamed client had thrown out the cup and was the rightful recipient of the prize. In , Tim Hortons began to add digital components to the promotion, via the "Scroll Up the Rim" feature which gave players a chance at food prizes on the chain's mobile app. Each eligible purchase by a Tims Rewards member during the first half of the promotion was to earn two electronic entries, and one electronic entry in the second two weeks, redeemable via the Tims Rewards mobile app.
Any purchase using a reusable cup was to award three entries. On March 7, , due to the COVID pandemic , Tim Hortons announced that it had cancelled the distribution of physical cups for the promotion due to concerns that the virus could be spread by returned cups, and that the promotion would be conducted solely via the app.
The chain had also joined others in temporarily prohibiting the use of reusable cups for similar reasons. In addition, Tim Hortons announced that every electronic entry would be guaranteed to win Tims Rewards points at a minimum. The store promotes itself through the "Tim Horton Children's Foundation.
The foundation's highest-profile fundraiser is Camp Day, which is held annually on the Wednesday of the first full week in June. All proceeds from coffee sales at most Tim Hortons locations, as well as proceeds from related activities held that day, are donated to the foundation. Joyce's work with the Tim Horton Children's Foundation earned him the Gary Wright Humanitarian Award in , presented periodically in recognition of contributions to the betterment of community life throughout Canada.
Tim Hortons became a sponsor of Hockey Canada in December , including the presenting sponsor of the Centennial Cup , the national junior "A" ice hockey championship and one of the major sponsors of Canada's national ice hockey teams.
The Great White North Franchisee Association, which was formed in , represented Tim Hortons franchises involved in a series of ongoing disputes with the head office of Tim Hortons due to frustrations with Restaurant Brands International the parent company of Tim Hortons and Burger King. GWNFA has filed class-action lawsuits against the Restaurant Brands International over the handling of the Ontario minimum wage hike see below , inflated head office pricing, and misuse of their advertising funds.
Restaurant Brands International did not help franchisees offset the wage hike, refusing to reduce the supply costs that it charged Tim Hortons franchisees, nor did it permit franchisees to raise menu prices in order to offset the wage hikes in contrast to McDonald's, Cara Foods and Starbucks who did allow menu price increases in Ontario to cope with the wage increases. In late and early , Tim Hortons was subject to controversy over their usage of plastic cups.
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Tim Hortons announces pricing for its initial public offering. Tim Hortons IPO statement A final supplemented prospectus containing pricing information will be filed with the applicable Canadian regulatory authorities and will be available at www.
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