For the fifth year straight, Dunkin' Donuts has been recognized by the Brand Keys Customer Loyalty Engagement Index as number one in customer loyalty in the coffee category.
Dunkin' Donuts is seeking to expand its presence into San Antonio, Texas and Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Dunkin' Donuts' development throughout San Antonio and Green Bay is part of a steady and strategic growth strategy, which includes expanding in existing markets while entering new cities across the country to help drive the leading coffee and bakery chain's growth.
To help fuel growth in the areas, special development incentives are available which include reduced royalty fees for three years and an extra $10,000 in local store marketing for stores that open on time.
With Super Bowl XLV in the books and the Packers heading back to Green Bay victorious, marketing directors everywhere are turning their attention to another winter milestone: Valentine’s Day.
From special products to ridiculous deliveries, a number of quick serves are rolling out promotional campaigns to drum up business for the Day of Love.
Pinkberry, the Los Angeles–based frozen yogurt concept, launched a promotion last week that offers to send a gift on behalf of one Pinkberry customer to another in the form of a “Swirly Gram.”
Dunkin’ Donuts, which has more than 9,700 locations worldwide, reported strong expansion results for 2010. The chain opened 574 new locations throughout the world, with 206 of those restaurants opening in the U.S. The company also signed an additional 226 domestic development agreements.
Dunkin’ Donuts announced the signing of a multi-unit store development agreement with Sam Patel for two restaurants in Chicago. Both restaurants will contain Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins.
The first restaurant opened in December 2010 at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and the second location will open this year on the south side of Chicago.
Patel has been a Dunkin’ Donuts franchisee since 2009 and owns another restaurant in Dolton, Illinois.
Dunkin’ Donuts announced it has signed agreements with four franchisees to develop 16 new restaurants in the Florida markets of Tampa, Orlando, and Tallahassee over the next several years. Dunkin’ Donuts development throughout Florida is part of a steady and strategic growth strategy, which includes expanding in existing markets while entering new cities across the country to help drive the leading coffee and bakery chain’s growth.
Locations targeted for development include the following:
Dunkin' Donuts launched a new multimillion-dollar integrated advertising and marketing campaign that celebrates its guests’ dedication and passion for Dunkin’ Donuts coffee. The campaign features “everyday Joes” and is anchored by a simple question—“What are you drinkin’?”—and answer—“I’m drinkin’ Dunkin’.” The campaign will be integrated across television, radio, out-of-home, and online advertising, as well as social media, public relations, and in-restaurant activities to ensure all consumers are engaged on as many touch points as possible.
Sitting on the edge of the U.S.-Canadian border and taking a backseat to another, more cosmopolitan, Empire State city, Buffalo, New York, often falls into the background. The city’s beloved NFL team plays the occasional home game in Toronto, its intense winters freeze out Niagara Falls–bound tourists, and the City of Good Neighbors’ meat-and-potatoes character doesn’t incite a barrage of flashy adjectives.
Dunkin' Donuts, announced today the signing of a store development agreement with three franchisees to develop six new restaurants in Detroit, Michigan, over the next several years. This is the fourth deal to close in the market this year for a total of seven new restaurants expected to open. Dunkin' Donuts development throughout Detroit is part of a steady and strategic growth strategy, which includes expanding in existing markets while entering new cities across the country to help drive the leading coffee and bakery chain's growth.
There is an answer to the age-old question of which came first, the chicken or the egg.
It’s definitely the egg—at least when it comes to breakfast. Few morning menus are without them. But these days, chicken and another popular poultry protein, turkey, are increasingly popping up on a.m. menuboards at quick-service and fast-casual restaurants.