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Dunkin' Donuts seeks franchise candidates in Alabama and Mississippi

CANTON, MA -

This is a news release from Dunkin' Donuts   

Dunkin' Donuts, America's all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods, announced today the company is recruiting franchisees to develop an estimated 10+ new Dunkin' Donuts restaurants throughout Mobile, AL, and Biloxi and Jackson, MS. In addition, a number of existing operating restaurants may be available for purchase. Currently, there are 21 Dunkin' Donuts restaurants operating in Alabama and three restaurants located in Mississippi.

Candidates interested in developing Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in this region can contact Tarji Carter, Franchise Manager at Tarji.Carter@dunkinbrands.com to learn more.  Also, an Informational Franchising Webinar will be held on Wednesday, May 20 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. (EST).  Visit http://franchisingevents.dunkinbrands.com to register and learn more about the unique franchising opportunity Dunkin' Donuts offers.

As one of the fastest growing quick service (QSR) brands based on unit growth, the company continues to strategically expand in contiguous markets around the country with a long-term goal of having more than 17,000 Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in the United States alone. To help fuel growth in Alabama and Mississippi, special development incentives are available which include reduced royalty fees for three years and up to $5,000 in local store marketing support for timely openings.*

"Dunkin' Donuts is looking for qualified candidates with foodservice, operations and real estate experience to join our team and grow the brand in Alabama and Mississippi," said Grant Benson, CFE, vice president of global franchising and business development, Dunkin' Brands. "By joining our team, franchisees become part of a nationally established brand that has been in existence for 65 years, has 95 percent brand recognition in the U.S., a multi-million dollar advertising fund, world-class training and ongoing support, among many other benefits."

In an effort to keep the brand fresh and competitive, Dunkin' Donuts offers flexible concepts for any real estate format including free-standing restaurants, end caps, in-line sites, gas and convenience, travel plazas, universities, as well as other retail environments. 

Dunkin' Donuts' new look includes four distinct restaurant design options for franchisees, each featuring variations in layout, color schemes, graphics, textures, furniture and/or lighting. The designs enhance the current restaurant appearance, environment and layout to serve people all day long. Unlike other quick-service restaurants, Dunkin' Donuts allows franchisees to select individual elements from any of the four options, creating a restaurant design that reflects their personal tastes and preferences, and best serves their specific restaurant size and location. 

Since the 1950s, Dunkin' Donuts has been a daily ritual for millions of people and has offered guests delicious food, beverages and friendly service at a great value. Dunkin' Donuts offerings include hot and iced coffee, flavored coffees, lattes, hot and iced tea, Dunkin' Donuts K-Cup® Pods, Coolatta® frozen drinks, donuts, muffins, bagels, breakfast and bakery sandwiches, and a DDSMART® menu featuring better-for-you items.

For information on franchise opportunities or to attend an upcoming webinar, please visit www.dunkinfranchising.com.    

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