Tiverton man's dozen donut reward — Patriots tickets

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Caught in the act of buying a dozen donuts, Tiverton resident John Wilcox won himself a pair of tickets to this Sunday's Patriots game against the 49ers. On Dec. 12 ((or Dozen-Dozen-Dozen), the Dunkin’ Donuts Prize Patrol, Patriots Cheerleaders and Pat the Patriot visited a dozen Dunkin’ Donuts shops in Rhode Island and Bristol County, Mass to award the first lucky customer they saw with a dozen donuts with a pair of game tickets. Mr. Wilcox was nabbed with two dozen donuts at a Dunkin’ Donuts shop in Cranston.

 

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