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Tim Hortons adds new retro-inspired merchandise in celebration of its anniversary

New merchandise plays with theme of modern nostalgia, vintage colour palettes and logo from company's past.
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Tim Hortons Retro Anniversary Clothing
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In its continuing celebration of its 60th anniversary, Tim Hortons dropped some new retro-inspired clothing and other goods for Canadians, including crewneck sweater and jogger sets, hoodies, hats, a vintage-inspired Tims lunchbox, and coffee cup throw pillow.

"As part of marking our 60th anniversary throughout the year, we want to recognize and celebrate the close relationship we've had with our guests since 1964 and give them ways to commemorate their memories shared with Tims," says Hope Bagozzi, chief marketing officer of Tim Hortons. "The new apparel and merch for reflect a theme of modern nostalgia, playing with a vintage colour palette and logo from our past but in a fresh and fun way."

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The first Tim Hortons restaurant opened on May 17, 1964 in Hamilton, Ont., and is still serving guests all these years later. Today, there are nearly 4,000 Tim Hortons restaurants across Canada and more than 5,700 in total around the world—there are Tims restaurants in 18 other countries. 

As part of its celebrations, Tim Hortons also returned to its menus several beloved items, such as the Dutchie, Blueberry Fritter, Cinnamon Sugar Twist and Walnut Crunch.

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