Dunkin' Donuts Rolling Out its Store of the Future Design and Technologies
Dunkin' Donuts just remodeled and reopened its Roslindale, Massachusetts, location to showcase the brand's next generation concept design featuring a modern atmosphere and innovative technologies.
"We are so excited to play a role in this monumental chapter in the brand's history," said franchise operator Salvi Couto. "We are a family business and with the help of our dedicated crew members, we're proud to have served the Roslindale community for 30 years. We know the people of Roslindale really do run on Dunkin' so having the opportunity to bring them this innovative, new expression of a brand they love is a great moment for us. We look forward to serving our valued guests for years to come at this location and at our other restaurants in Roslindale."
Couto's location joins the ranks of the first new and remodeled Dunkin' Donuts units that will test variations of the new next generation concept design and multiple drive-thru lanes. The brand's final new store design is expected to be unveiled once testing is complete.
The Roslindale store is also one of a select number of Dunkin' Donuts restaurants testing new signage that refers to the brand simply as "Dunkin'." It will also be one of the first in the state to utilize the brand's new, double-walled paper cup as part of the brand's mission to eliminate all polystyrene foam cups in its global supply by 2020.
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