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Dunkin’ Donuts served at bus terminals this holiday season

With 84 million people expected to travel to holiday gatherings in the coming weeks, many travelers will be able to visit one of Dunkin’ Donuts’ more than 50 train and bus terminal locations. Highway travelers also have the opportunity to visit Dunkin’ Donuts at numerous travel centers on Florida’s Turnpike, the Maryland Turnpike, the Connecticut Turnpike, Merit Parkway, the Kansas Turnpike and more.

“Airport and other non-traditional locations continue to be strong growth areas for Dunkin’ Donuts,” said Grant Benson, CFE, vice president of development at Dunkin’ Brands. “Guests love the convenience of grabbing their favorite coffee or baked goods wherever their busy travel schedules may take them, and our franchisees enjoy the flexibility of these sites.”

Dunkin’ Donuts currently has more than 500 non-traditional locations with a line-up of beverages and snacks, including Dunkin’ Donuts hot and iced coffee, baked goods, Oven-Toasted breakfast sandwiches, bakery sandwiches, and more. Many of these non-traditional locations also offer Dunkin’ Donuts Cards. These cards can be purchased in any amount between $2 and $100 and never expire.

For more information about Dunkin’ Donuts, visit www.DunkinDonuts.com.

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