Krispy Kreme Drive Through Menu Pictures

This is a new shop for me - they say don't take pictures in the DT (as I am ordering - but it is about impossible to take good pictures unless I am in the DT lane. If I take them outside the DT land then
1. Other cans can block my view as I take pictures.
2. It is pretty far away to get details of every price on every item*
(* Is the purpose of the photo just to see the general condition of the menu board OR do they want shoppers to capture with enough quality to see every price on every item? )
Thank you for any suggestions.

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If the guidelines suggest to not take the picture while you're in the drive-thru lane while ordering, park your car after you finish paying, step out of your car, walk to the drive-thru menu and take your picture instead.

Shopping the Greater Denver Area, Colorado Springs and in-between in Colorado. 29 year old male and willing to travel! Badged for Denver International Airport.
Easiest shop ever. Just read the guidelines. I’ve never had any issues.
You can do the menu board photos after, as they watch the cars on camera.
I won't do the drive thru shops because of the photo requirements. The ones around here have a window that sticks out from the building and faces forward. So the drive thru attendant is standing there watching the menu board. There is no parking on that side of the store either in any of the ones I know of. So one has to park on the other side or at the front, then walk 30 seconds or longer to get to the menu board to take the photo. There's no way to time it so no one can see you. Plus the whole front and sides of the store are full glass.

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@bgriffin wrote:

I won't do the drive thru shops because of the photo requirements. The ones around here have a window that sticks out from the building and faces forward. So the drive thru attendant is standing there watching the menu board. There is no parking on that side of the store either in any of the ones I know of. So one has to park on the other side or at the front, then walk 30 seconds or longer to get to the menu board to take the photo. There's no way to time it so no one can see you. Plus the whole front and sides of the store are full glass.

This is one of those situations where it’s handy to wear of those ski masks so that even though the associates see your face, they really won’t because you have a disguise on.

Shopping the Greater Denver Area, Colorado Springs and in-between in Colorado. 29 year old male and willing to travel! Badged for Denver International Airport.
I did one of the regular KK donuts before. It was such a pain. I had so do things like order some crazy selection of donuts and a beverage. And so many pictures. I think I had to cut donuts maybe. The reimburssement barely covered the stupid donuts hehe. Was not a good time. But my sister and her family got the donuts hehe.

TinaMarie
I did three different types of KK shops. One was with a MSC that was known for their very long reports, along with some crazy pics of the donuts cut into quarters to show the filling. It was a PITA since the filling oozed out when it was cut. I think that MSC was trying to get the KK account but did not since the other MSC was able to retain them as their client.The drive thru shop was a PITA since it was difficult to capture the pics while at drive thru. I had to park my vehicle on the side, walk up near the drive thru since there were other vehicles in the drive thru. The area where I was standing had some overgrown landscaping/tall grass.The photos had to be taken one menu page at a time since it had to show the images and items listed with the afternoon sunshine reflecting off the shiny glass on the menu board. I preferred to do the walk in shop instead since that didn't require any photos. I did take some photos to prove some issues that I had noticed. For example, the grey metal lettering on the bottom of the menu board were taped together with some blue colored tape. By the way, if you have some expired coupons for KK, my location said that they will honor the expired coupons. Might want to check with your location. Just used a coupon for any dozen donuts for $6.99. I preferred to buy the filled donuts which normally cost $12.99 but with coupon, that was about half off.
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