Dunkin Franchisees Help Pass Mass. Health Cost Reform

Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick on Monday, August 6, signed a health care cost amendment into law that the Dunkin’ Donuts Independent Franchisee Association pushed for, along with the National Federation of Independent Business, the New England Convenience Store Association and the Restaurant and Business Alliance

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Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise Owners Seek Greater Influence in Washington

John Motta has a passion for politics. The Chairman of the new Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise Owners Federal Political Action Committee (DDFO FedPAC) has never run for office, nor does he plan to. Motta operates a 20-store network in New Hampshire and Virginia; he’s been a Dunkin’ franchisee since 1980. But, his passion is quite evident when he talks about the political efforts for which he’s volunteered.

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Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise Owners Mass PAC Brews Legislative Education and Advocacy

In just eight months, the Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise Owners Massachusetts Political Action Committee (DDFO MassPAC) has already reached its year-one goals and has become the model for other states and even a nationwide PAC. At DDFO MassPAC’s first Annual Meeting on October 13 in Boston’s Beacon Hill, this remarkable progress was acknowledged and celebrated, albeit with an eye on the work still to be done.

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Political Action Committee Benefits Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise Owners

In 2010, Dunkin’ Donuts franchise owners will have the opportunity to get more involved in government relations beginning with the creation of the Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise Owners Massachusetts Political Action Committee (DDFO MassPAC). Created as an independent entity, DDFO MassPAC is completely separate from the DDIFO, but exists to leverage the combined resources of Dunkin’ Donuts franchise owners to promote and protect the business interests of that group.

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