Tim Hortons celebrates 60th anniversary
New cups, donut and Timbit boxes, and other packaging with a Tims 60th anniversary logo are being rolled out now to Tim Hortons restaurants across Canada.
January 3, 2024 | By MRO Magazine
Tim Hortons is celebrating its 60th anniversary with Canadians and has plans to commemorate the milestone – including the return of four retro donuts for a limited time.
“We’re honoured that for nearly six decades, so many Canadians have considered their local Tims a home away from home and have chosen to spend a part of their daily lives with us,” said Axel Schwan, president of Tim Hortons.”As we get ready to celebrate the official 60th anniversary of Tim Hortons opening its first restaurant on May 17th, 1964, we’re planning a number of exciting ways to mark the occasion with our guests throughout the year.”
New cups, donut and Timbit boxes, and other packaging with a Tims 60th anniversary logo are being rolled out now to Tim Hortons restaurants across Canada, while the Dutchie, Blueberry Fritter, Cinnamon Sugar Twist and Walnut Crunch will be back starting on Jan. 10.
“We’re celebrating 60 Years of Keeping it Fresh throughout the year at Tims with a series of experiences for guests that will have a spirit of modern nostalgia – nods to the past but also celebrating the Tims of today and the future,” said Hope Bagozzi, Chief Marketing Officer for Tim Hortons.