GREENSBURG — Dunkin’, known for its coffee and baked goods, officially opened a new restaurant Friday morning at 1801 N. Lincoln Street, with a ribbon cutting.
The event was attended by Greensburg Mayor Dan Manus, local Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jeff Emsweller, and other community dignitaries.
The first 400 customers received a free travel mug, guests were encouraged to enter a raffle, and every beverage purchase came with a free donut.
The event also included a donation of more than $1,400 to the Greensburg Community High School. Principal Grant Peters was presented with donations that were collected May 20 in the amount of 25 percent of sales that day.
The new restaurant is open from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
The restaurant offers indoor seating, a friendly atmosphere, a drive-thru, free WiFi, mobile ordering, and a wireless charging table, among other special features.
“Dunkin’ is one of the world’s leading brands and we know it will become a favorite in Greensburg for keeping busy, on-the-go people energized with delicious coffee, food and other beverages any time of day,” said Amit Patel, franchisee co-owner. “We are proud to serve the people who live and work here, and look forward to becoming a popular destination for guests.”
Dunkin’ sells approximately 2 billion cups of hot and iced coffee and espresso-based beverages per year and approximately 2.9 billion donuts and MUNCHKINS® donut hole treats combined globally per year.
There are more than 12,700 Dunkin’ restaurants worldwide in 43 countries, including more than 9,000 Dunkin’ restaurants across the U.S.