Dunkin’ Donuts Franchise Owners Give Back

Forget the long lines at the mall, the constant barrage of commercialism, and the pressure of searching for the best deal for Wii RockBand. The true holiday spirit is alive and well at Dunkin’ Donuts, and employees are finding that giving back to the communities may be the best way to enjoy the season. Just ask Eric Stensland, field marketing manager for Dunkin’ Brands. He and some upstate New York franchise owners went on the ride of their lives last weekend with the U.S. Marines on the Toys for Tots Holiday Train, dropping off toys and warm clothes to children waiting at the several stations across the state.

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Dunkin’ Donuts Rescues Toys for Tots

The Record reports that after news that a Wall Street sponsor had to forfeit its annual donation to the Toys for Tots holiday train, Dunkin’ Donuts on Monday donated $20,000 to keep the train fueled up with toys for 2009. The money from Dunkin’ Donuts will be used to directly purchase as many as 30,000 toys for this year’s collection and support the Holiday Toy Train’s 2009 run across 12 communities from Binghamton to Albany to Plattsburgh.

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