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Amerika lahko teče na Dunkin ’, vendar se je veriga morala nekje začeti

Dunkin ’Donuts je bil takojšen uspeh in minilo je le pet let, preden so drugi izrazili zanimanje za franšizing.

Dunkin ’Donuts je danes tako povsod (zlasti pri vseh tistih lokacijah, ki se odpirajo v Kaliforniji), da si je težko predstavljati, da je bila nekoč veriga nov zagon, tako kot katera koli druga. Če ste se spraševali, kje se je veriga začela, je tu njena zgodba o izvoru.

William Rosenberg je leta 1948 odprl svojo prvo restavracijo v Quincyju v Massachusettsu, imenovano Open Kettle. Naslednje leto se je ime spremenilo v Kettle Donuts, leta 1950 pa se je končno odločil za Dunkin ’Donuts. Navdih za restavracijo, ki je stregla le krofe in visokokakovostno kavo, so bile Rosenbergove izkušnje prodajalca hrane na gradbiščih in tovarnah, kjer je opazil, da so krofi in kava daleč od prodajalcev.

Dunkin 'Donuts je bil takojšen uspeh in minilo je le pet let, preden so drugi izrazili zanimanje za franšizing. Do leta 1963 se je veriga razširila na 100 lokacij, 1.000 lokacij je bilo odprtih do leta 1979, 2.000 leta 1990 in 3.000 do leta 1992. Do konca leta 2011, je bilo po vsem svetu odprtih več kot 10.000 lokacij, danes pa jih je skoraj 11.000.


Ducat dejstev, ki jih morda ne veste o Dunkin 'Donuts

Z več kot 11.300 lokacijami v 37 državah po vsem svetu, ki dnevno strežejo povprečno tri milijone strank, Dunkin 'Donuts streže veliko ledenega, glazurnega, d in potresenega ocvrtega testa. Vzemite kavo in eno od njihovih 52 sort krofov (ali krof, če je to vaša stvar) in uživajte v ducatu dejstev o Dunkinu.

1. KONCEPT ima mobilne korenine.

Bodoči ustanovitelj William Rosenberg je svoje življenje v živilski industriji začel kot gostinec za industrijska dela. 1500 dolarjev, ki jih je zaslužil za prodajo obveznic med drugo svetovno vojno, je porabil za 3500 dolarjev pri sorodnikih za zagon storitev industrijskega kosila. Rosenberg je začel kupovati taksije za predelavo v gostinska vozila, in ko je opazil, da 40 odstotkov njegovih prihodkov izhaja iz samo dveh izdelkov (kava in krofi), je imel Rosenberg prelom.

2. DUNKIN 'DOUTS NI BILO IME TRGOVINE.

Ko je Rosenberg leta 1948 odprl svojo prvo trgovino z opeko in malto v Quincyju v Massachusettsu, jo je poimenoval Open Kettle. Kmalu je ugotovil, da bi bolje ime prodalo več krofov in kave, zato je svoje direktorje postavil v sobo in jim rekel, naj razmislijo o novih imenih. Njegov arhitekt naj bi bil tisti, ki je izumil Dunkin 'Donuts, leta 1950 pa so ga objavili.

3. DUNKIN 'REVOLUCIONIRAL, KAKO SO BILI FRANČIRANI RESTAVRACIJI.

Ko je podjetje raslo, je Rosenberg sprejel kontroverzno odločitev o franšizi. Koncept je bil v nekaterih državah skoraj nezakonit, franšizing pa tako tabu, da podjetja, ki omenjajo to besedo, niso smela oglaševati v večjih časopisih. Toda Rosenberg je želel idejo spremeniti v ugleden poklic, ki zasluži denar. "Franšizing podpira velike ameriške sanje, da množicam omogoči lastništvo in uspeh v lastnem podjetju," je dejal desetletja pozneje. Do leta 1960 je ustanovil International Franchise Assn., Ki obstaja še danes.

4. franšize še vedno uporabljajo ROSENBERGOV ORIGINALNI recept za mešanje kave.

Govori se, da mu je bila kava njegovega podjetja tako všeč, da je Rosenberg vsako jutro popil skodelico. Govorilo se je tudi, da je Dunkinove krofe postregel doma. Zdaj to zveni kot enostaven način za gostijo malice!

5. FOKUSIRANJE NA KAVO JE REVOLUCIRALO PODJETJE.

Čeprav družba nikakor ni propadla, ko se je januarja 2003 pojavil novi izvršni direktor Jon Luther, je njegova ideja, da se osredotočenost podjetja s krofov na kavo oživila. Od takrat do leta 2006, ko je izšel slogan "America run on Dunkin '", je Luther na jedilnik prinesel espresso napitke, najel novo ekipo kuharjev in preoblikoval trgovine s poudarkom na javi. Njegovo trdo delo se je obrestovalo. V naslednjih sedmih letih je podjetje skoraj podvojilo število trgovin, prodaja pa se je povečala za 66 odstotkov.

6. DUNKIN 'ZDAJ PRODAJE 30 SKOPLJOV KAVE VSAKO DRUGO, POVPREČNO.

To vsako leto znaša 1,7 milijarde skodelic vroče in ledene kave. Vse to so preizkusili strokovnjaki za kavo Dunkin ', ki vsak dan poskusijo 200 skodelic kave.

7. NI POPOLNOMA DUNKINOVA NAPAKA, ČE NAROČNO IZGLEDATE "DONUT".

Izraz "krof" je za opis ocvrte kroglice testa prvič uporabil avtor Washington Irving leta 1809. Skrajšani črkopis se je pojavil približno 100 let kasneje, pred ustanovitvijo Dunkin'a. Vendar se je uporaba pravopisa "krof" znatno povečala po ustanovitvi podjetja leta 1950.

8. V prvih treh treh mesecih po prvem nastopu je DUNKIN PRODAL 8,5 milijona križanih krofov.

Na podlagi Cronuta, ki ga je izumila newyorška pekarna Dominique Ansel, je Dunkin 'novembra 2014 predstavil svojo mešanico rogljičkov in krofov kot začasno postavko v meniju. Izkazalo se je za tako velik hit, od takrat je ostalo na Dunkinovih menijih po vsej državi.

9. DUNKIN 'VEDNO IMA POSEBEN ODNOS Z BOSTONOM.

Poleg snemanja reklamnih sporočil z lokalnimi športnimi junaki Davidom Ortizom in Robom Gronkowskim je Dunkin 'Donuts z območja Bostona na zahtevo predstavnikov organov pregona ostal odprt med zapiranjem po vsem mestu, uvedenim med iskanjem drugega osumljenca bombnega bombardiranja maratona leta 2013. Medtem ko je podjetje je objavilo izjavo, da vse spodbuja, naj ostanejo doma, vsi so dobrodošli na odprtih lokacijah Dunkin ', zlasti policisti, ki so jim brezplačno postregli s kavo in krofi.

10. KUPITE 'ENKRAT PRODANO VELIKONČNEGA JAJCA.

Kot praznična promocija leta 1979 so lahko kupci za samo 1,49 USD prevzeli karton ducata krofov v obliki velikonočnih jajc. Jajca so bila prekrita s čokolado in preliti s škropljenjem, čeprav se je cena v 80. letih sčasoma povzpela na 1,99 USD, je to še vedno ceneje kot ducat Munchkinov.

11. JUŽNA KOREJA TUDI TUDI NA DUNKINU '.

Leta 2014 je podjetje upravljalo več kot 900 lokacij po vsej državi, s čimer je Južnokorejski Dunkin ’Donuts največji mednarodni trg. Južnokorejske franšize so ponoči bolj zaposlene kot zjutraj, čeprav lahko vedno dobite klasično glazuro, lahko vzamete tudi krof iz črnega riža ali krof s klobaso jalapeño s svojim čajem z mehurčkom.

12. PRIROKA PAROV SE JE POROČILA V DUNKIN 'DROFTS.

Cliff Ranson in Elizabeth Fischer, obdana s krofi, sta se decembra 2010 na lokaciji Williamstown v New Jerseyju zvezala (med pitjem kave). Par je rekel, da gre za njuno notranjo šalo, saj sta dvakrat udarila v pogon. noč. In niso edini zaljubljenci, ki so se povezali z nekaterimi krofi. Veriga je leta 2004 sponzorirala tekmovanje "Hole-y Matrimony Contest", dva srečna para sta v svojem lokalnem Dunkin '-u skupaj s krofom v prahu dobila plačana poroka za vse stroške.


Ducat dejstev, ki jih morda ne veste o Dunkin 'Donuts

Z več kot 11.300 lokacijami v 37 državah po vsem svetu, ki dnevno strežejo povprečno tri milijone strank, Dunkin 'Donuts streže veliko ledenega, glazurnega, d in potresenega ocvrtega testa. Vzemite kavo in eno od njihovih 52 sort krofov (ali krof, če je to vaša stvar) in uživajte v ducatu dejstev o Dunkinu.

1. KONCEPT ima mobilne korenine.

Bodoči ustanovitelj William Rosenberg je svoje življenje v živilski industriji začel kot gostinec za industrijska dela. 1500 dolarjev, ki jih je zaslužil za prodajo obveznic med drugo svetovno vojno, je porabil za 3500 dolarjev pri sorodnikih za zagon storitev industrijskega kosila. Rosenberg je začel kupovati taksije za predelavo v gostinska vozila, in ko je opazil, da 40 odstotkov njegovih prihodkov izhaja iz samo dveh izdelkov (kava in krofi), je imel Rosenberg prelom.

2. DUNKIN 'DOUTS NI BILO IME TRGOVINE.

Ko je Rosenberg leta 1948 odprl svojo prvo trgovino z opeko in malto v Quincyju v Massachusettsu, jo je poimenoval Open Kettle. Kmalu je ugotovil, da bi boljše ime prodalo več krofov in kave, zato je svoje direktorje postavil v sobo in jim rekel, naj razmislijo o novih imenih. Njegov arhitekt naj bi bil tisti, ki je izumil Dunkin 'Donuts, leta 1950 pa so ga objavili.

3. DUNKIN 'REVOLUCIONIRAL, KAKO SO BILI FRANČIRANI RESTAVRACIJI.

Ko je podjetje raslo, je Rosenberg sprejel kontroverzno odločitev o franšizi. Koncept je bil v nekaterih državah skoraj nezakonit, franšizing pa tako tabu, da podjetja, ki omenjajo to besedo, niso smela oglaševati v večjih časopisih. Toda Rosenberg je želel idejo spremeniti v ugleden poklic, ki zasluži denar. "Franšizing podpira velike ameriške sanje, da množicam omogoči lastništvo in uspeh v lastnem podjetju," je dejal desetletja pozneje. Do leta 1960 je ustanovil International Franchise Assn., Ki obstaja še danes.

4. franšize še vedno uporabljajo ROSENBERGOV ORIGINALNI recept za mešanje kave.

Govori se, da mu je bila kava njegovega podjetja tako všeč, da je Rosenberg vsako jutro popil skodelico. Govorilo se je tudi, da je Dunkinove krofe postregel doma. Zdaj to zveni kot enostaven način za gostijo malice!

5. FOKUSIRANJE NA KAVO JE REVOLUCIRALO PODJETJE.

Čeprav družba nikakor ni propadla, ko se je januarja 2003 pojavil novi izvršni direktor Jon Luther, je njegova ideja, da se osredotočenost podjetja s krofov na kavo oživila. Od takrat do leta 2006, ko je izšel slogan "America run on Dunkin '", je Luther na jedilnik prinesel espresso napitke, najel novo ekipo kuharjev in preoblikoval trgovine s poudarkom na javi. Njegovo trdo delo se je obrestovalo. V naslednjih sedmih letih je podjetje skoraj podvojilo število trgovin, prodaja pa se je povečala za 66 odstotkov.

6. DUNKIN 'ZDAJ PRODAJE 30 SKOPLJOV KAVE VSAKO DRUGO, POVPREČNO.

To vsako leto znaša 1,7 milijarde skodelic vroče in ledene kave. Vse to so preizkusili strokovnjaki za kavo Dunkin ', ki vsak dan poskusijo 200 skodelic kave.

7. NI POPOLNOMA DUNKINOVA NAPAKA, ČE NAROČNO IZGLEDATE "DONUT".

Izraz "krof" je prvič uporabil za opis ocvrte kroglice testa avtor Washington Irving leta 1809. Skrajšani črkopis se je pojavil približno 100 let kasneje, pred ustanovitvijo Dunkin'a. Vendar se je uporaba pravopisa "krof" znatno povečala po ustanovitvi podjetja leta 1950.

8. V prvih treh treh mesecih po prvem nastopu je DUNKIN PRODAL 8,5 milijona križanih krofov.

Na podlagi Cronuta, ki ga je izumila newyorška pekarna Dominique Ansel, je Dunkin ’novembra 2014 predstavil svojo mešanico rogljičkov in krofov kot začasno postavko na jedilniku. Izkazalo se je za tako velik hit, od takrat je ostalo na Dunkinovih menijih po vsej državi.

9. DUNKIN 'VEDNO IMA POSEBEN ODNOS Z BOSTONOM.

Poleg snemanja reklamnih sporočil z lokalnimi športnimi junaki Davidom Ortizom in Robom Gronkowskim je Dunkin 'Donuts z območja Bostona na zahtevo predstavnikov organov pregona ostal odprt med zapiranjem po vsem mestu, uvedenim med iskanjem drugega osumljenca v bombnem napadu v Bostonskem maratonu leta 2013. Medtem ko je podjetje je objavilo izjavo, da vse spodbuja, naj ostanejo doma, vsi so dobrodošli na odprtih lokacijah Dunkin ', zlasti policisti, ki so jim brezplačno postregli s kavo in krofi.

10. KOPITI SE JEDNOM, KI PRODATE VELIKONČNOSTNI KROG.

Kot praznična promocija leta 1979 so lahko kupci za samo 1,49 USD prevzeli karton ducata krofov v obliki velikonočnih jajc. Jajca so bila prekrita s čokolado in preliti s škropljenjem, čeprav se je cena v 80. letih sčasoma povzpela na 1,99 USD, je to še vedno ceneje kot ducat Munchkinov.

11. JUŽNA KOREJA TUDI TUDI NA DUNKINU '.

Leta 2014 je podjetje upravljalo več kot 900 lokacij po vsej državi, s čimer je Južnokorejski Dunkin ’Donuts največji mednarodni trg. Južnokorejske franšize so ponoči bolj zaposlene kot zjutraj, čeprav lahko vedno dobite klasično glazuro, lahko vzamete tudi krof iz črnega riža ali krof s klobaso jalapeño s svojim čajem z mehurčkom.

12. PRIROKA PAROV SE JE POROČILA V DUNKIN 'DROFTS.

Cliff Ranson in Elizabeth Fischer, obdana s krofi, sta se decembra 2010 na lokaciji Williamstown v New Jerseyju zvezala (med pitjem kave). Par je rekel, da gre za njuno notranjo šalo, saj sta dvakrat udarila v pogon. noč. In niso edini zaljubljenci, ki so se povezali z nekaterimi krofi. Veriga je leta 2004 sponzorirala tekmovanje "Hole-y Matrimony Contest", dva srečna para sta v svojem lokalnem Dunkin '-u skupaj s krofom v prahu dobila plačana poroka za vse stroške.


Ducat dejstev, ki jih morda ne veste o Dunkin 'Donuts

Z več kot 11.300 lokacijami v 37 državah po vsem svetu, ki dnevno strežejo povprečno tri milijone strank, Dunkin 'Donuts streže veliko ledenega, glazurnega, d in potresenega ocvrtega testa. Vzemite kavo in eno od njihovih 52 sort krofov (ali krof, če je to vaša stvar) in uživajte v ducatu dejstev o Dunkinu.

1. KONCEPT ima mobilne korenine.

Bodoči ustanovitelj William Rosenberg je svoje življenje v živilski industriji začel kot gostinec za industrijska dela. 1500 dolarjev, ki jih je zaslužil za prodajo obveznic med drugo svetovno vojno, je porabil za 3500 dolarjev pri sorodnikih za zagon storitev industrijskega kosila. Rosenberg je začel kupovati taksije za predelavo v gostinska vozila, in ko je opazil, da 40 odstotkov njegovih prihodkov izhaja iz samo dveh izdelkov (kava in krofi), je imel Rosenberg prelom.

2. DUNKIN 'DOUTS NI BILO IME TRGOVINE.

Ko je Rosenberg leta 1948 odprl svojo prvo trgovino z opeko in malto v Quincyju v Massachusettsu, jo je poimenoval Open Kettle. Kmalu je ugotovil, da bi bolje ime prodalo več krofov in kave, zato je svoje direktorje postavil v sobo in jim rekel, naj razmislijo o novih imenih. Njegov arhitekt naj bi bil tisti, ki je izumil Dunkin 'Donuts, leta 1950 pa so ga objavili.

3. DUNKIN 'REVOLUCIONIRAL, KAKO SO BILI FRANČIRANI RESTAVRACIJI.

Ko je podjetje raslo, se je Rosenberg odločil za franšizo. Koncept je bil v nekaterih državah skoraj nezakonit, franšizing pa tako tabu, da podjetja, ki omenjajo to besedo, niso smela oglaševati v večjih časopisih. Toda Rosenberg je želel idejo spremeniti v ugleden poklic, ki zasluži denar. "Franšizing podpira velike ameriške sanje, da množicam omogoči lastništvo in uspeh v lastnem podjetju," je dejal desetletja pozneje. Do leta 1960 je ustanovil International Franchise Assn., Ki obstaja še danes.

4. franšize še vedno uporabljajo ROSENBERGOV ORIGINALNI recept za mešanje kave.

Govori se, da mu je bila kava njegovega podjetja tako všeč, da je Rosenberg vsako jutro popil skodelico. Govorilo se je tudi, da je Dunkinove krofe postregel doma. Zdaj to zveni kot enostaven način za gostijo malice!

5. FOKUSIRANJE NA KAVO JE REVOLUCIRALO PODJETJE.

Čeprav družba nikakor ni propadla, ko se je januarja 2003 pojavil novi izvršni direktor Jon Luther, je njegova ideja, da se osredotočenost podjetja s krofov na kavo oživila. Od takrat do leta 2006, ko je izšel slogan "America run on Dunkin '", je Luther na jedilnik prinesel espresso napitke, najel novo ekipo kuharjev in preoblikoval trgovine s poudarkom na javi. Njegovo trdo delo se je obrestovalo. V naslednjih sedmih letih je podjetje skoraj podvojilo število trgovin, prodaja pa se je povečala za 66 odstotkov.

6. DUNKIN 'ZDAJ PRODAJE 30 SKOPLJOV KAVE VSAKO DRUGO, POVPREČNO.

To vsako leto znaša 1,7 milijarde skodelic vroče in ledene kave. Vse to so preizkusili strokovnjaki Dunkin 'kave, ki vsak dan poskusijo 200 skodelic kave.

7. NI POPOLNOMA DUNKINOVA NAPAKA, ČE NAROČNO IZGLEDATE "DONUT".

Izraz "krof" je za opis ocvrte kroglice testa prvič uporabil avtor Washington Irving leta 1809. Skrajšani črkopis se je pojavil približno 100 let kasneje, pred ustanovitvijo Dunkin'a. Vendar se je uporaba pravopisa "krof" znatno povečala po ustanovitvi podjetja leta 1950.

8. V prvih treh treh mesecih po prvem nastopu je DUNKIN PRODAL 8,5 milijona križanih krofov.

Na podlagi Cronuta, ki ga je izumila newyorška pekarna Dominique Ansel, je Dunkin ’novembra 2014 predstavil svojo mešanico rogljičkov in krofov kot začasno postavko na jedilniku. Izkazalo se je za tako velik hit, od takrat je ostalo na Dunkinovih menijih po vsej državi.

9. DUNKIN 'VEDNO IMA POSEBEN ODNOS Z BOSTONOM.

Poleg snemanja reklamnih sporočil z lokalnimi športnimi junaki Davidom Ortizom in Robom Gronkowskim je Dunkin 'Donuts z območja Bostona na zahtevo predstavnikov organov pregona ostal odprt med zapiranjem po vsem mestu, uvedenim med iskanjem drugega osumljenca bombnega bombardiranja maratona leta 2013. Medtem ko je podjetje je objavilo izjavo, da vse spodbuja, naj ostanejo doma, vsi so dobrodošli na odprtih lokacijah Dunkin ', zlasti policisti, ki so jim brezplačno postregli s kavo in krofi.

10. KOPITI SE JEDNOM, KI PRODATE VELIKONČNOSTNI KROG.

Kot praznična promocija leta 1979 so lahko kupci za samo 1,49 USD prevzeli karton ducata krofov v obliki velikonočnih jajc. Jajca so bila prekrita s čokolado in preliti s škropljenjem, čeprav se je cena v 80. letih na koncu povzpela na 1,99 USD, je to še vedno ceneje kot ducat Munchkinov.

11. JUŽNA KOREJA TUDI TUDI NA DUNKINU '.

Leta 2014 je podjetje upravljalo več kot 900 lokacij po vsej državi, s čimer je Južnokorejski Dunkin ’Donuts največji mednarodni trg. Južnokorejske franšize so ponoči bolj zaposlene kot zjutraj, čeprav lahko vedno dobite klasično glazuro, lahko vzamete tudi krof iz črnega riža ali krof s klobaso jalapeño s svojim čajem z mehurčkom.

12. PRIROKA PAROV SE JE POROČILA NA DUNKIN 'DROFTS.

Cliff Ranson in Elizabeth Fischer, obdana s krofi, sta se decembra 2010 na lokaciji Williamstown v New Jerseyju zvezala (med pitjem kave). Par je rekel, da gre za njuno notranjo šalo, saj sta dvakrat udarila v pogon. noč. In niso edini zaljubljenci, ki so se povezali z nekaterimi krofi. Veriga je leta 2004 sponzorirala tekmovanje "Hole-y Matrimony Contest", dva srečna para sta v svojem lokalnem Dunkin '-u skupaj s krofom v prahu dobila plačana poroka za vse stroške.


Ducat dejstev, ki jih morda ne veste o Dunkin 'Donuts

Z več kot 11.300 lokacijami v 37 državah po vsem svetu, ki dnevno strežejo povprečno tri milijone strank, Dunkin 'Donuts streže veliko ledenega, glazurnega, d in potresenega ocvrtega testa. Vzemite kavo in eno od njihovih 52 sort krofov (ali krof, če je to vaša stvar) in uživajte v ducatu dejstev o Dunkinu.

1. KONCEPT ima mobilne korenine.

Bodoči ustanovitelj William Rosenberg je svoje življenje v živilski industriji začel kot gostinec za industrijska dela. 1500 dolarjev, ki jih je zaslužil za prodajo obveznic med drugo svetovno vojno, je porabil za 3500 dolarjev pri sorodnikih za zagon storitev industrijskega kosila. Rosenberg je začel kupovati taksije za predelavo v gostinska vozila, in ko je opazil, da 40 odstotkov njegovih prihodkov izhaja iz samo dveh izdelkov (kava in krofi), je imel Rosenberg prelom.

2. DUNKIN 'DOUTS NI BILO IME TRGOVINE.

Ko je Rosenberg leta 1948 odprl svojo prvo trgovino z opeko in malto v Quincyju v Massachusettsu, jo je poimenoval Open Kettle. Kmalu je ugotovil, da bi bolje ime prodalo več krofov in kave, zato je svoje direktorje postavil v sobo in jim rekel, naj razmislijo o novih imenih. Njegov arhitekt naj bi bil tisti, ki je izumil Dunkin 'Donuts, leta 1950 pa so ga objavili.

3. DUNKIN 'REVOLUCIONIRAL, KAKO SO BILI FRANČIRANI RESTAVRACIJI.

Ko je podjetje raslo, se je Rosenberg odločil za franšizo. Koncept je bil v nekaterih državah skoraj nezakonit, franšizing pa tako tabu, da podjetja, ki omenjajo to besedo, niso smela oglaševati v večjih časopisih. Toda Rosenberg je želel idejo spremeniti v ugleden poklic, ki zasluži denar. "Franšizing podpira velike ameriške sanje, da množicam omogoči lastništvo in uspeh v lastnem podjetju," je dejal desetletja pozneje. Do leta 1960 je ustanovil International Franchise Assn., Ki obstaja še danes.

4. franšize še vedno uporabljajo ROSENBERGOV ORIGINALNI recept za mešanje kave.

Govori se, da mu je bila kava njegovega podjetja tako všeč, da je Rosenberg vsako jutro popil skodelico. Govorilo se je tudi, da je Dunkinove krofe postregel doma. Zdaj to zveni kot enostaven način za gostijo malice!

5. FOKUSIRANJE NA KAVO JE REVOLUCIRALO PODJETJE.

Čeprav družba nikakor ni propadla, ko se je januarja 2003 pojavil novi izvršni direktor Jon Luther, je njegova ideja, da se osredotočenost podjetja s krofov na kavo oživila. Od takrat do leta 2006, ko je izšel slogan "America run on Dunkin '", je Luther na jedilnik prinesel espresso napitke, najel novo ekipo kuharjev in preoblikoval trgovine s poudarkom na javi. Njegovo trdo delo se je obrestovalo. V naslednjih sedmih letih je podjetje skoraj podvojilo število trgovin, prodaja pa se je povečala za 66 odstotkov.

6. DUNKIN 'ZDAJ PRODAJE 30 SKOPLJOV KAVE VSAKO DRUGO, POVPREČNO.

To vsako leto znaša 1,7 milijarde skodelic vroče in ledene kave. Vse to so preizkusili strokovnjaki Dunkin 'kave, ki vsak dan poskusijo 200 skodelic kave.

7. NI POPOLNOMA DUNKINOVA NAPAKA, ČE NAROČNO IZGLEDATE "DONUT".

Izraz "krof" je prvič uporabil za opis ocvrte kroglice testa avtor Washington Irving leta 1809. Skrajšani črkopis se je pojavil približno 100 let kasneje, pred ustanovitvijo Dunkin'a. Vendar se je uporaba pravopisa "krof" znatno povečala po ustanovitvi podjetja leta 1950.

8. V prvih treh treh mesecih po prvem nastopu je DUNKIN PRODAL 8,5 milijona križanih krofov.

Na podlagi Cronuta, ki ga je izumila newyorška pekarna Dominique Ansel, je Dunkin 'novembra 2014 predstavil svojo mešanico rogljičkov in krofov kot začasno postavko v meniju. Izkazalo se je za tako velik hit, od takrat je ostalo na Dunkinovih menijih po vsej državi.

9. DUNKIN 'VEDNO IMA POSEBEN ODNOS Z BOSTONOM.

Poleg snemanja reklamnih sporočil z lokalnimi športnimi junaki Davidom Ortizom in Robom Gronkowskim je Dunkin 'Donuts z območja Bostona na zahtevo predstavnikov organov pregona ostal odprt med zapiranjem po vsem mestu, uvedenim med iskanjem drugega osumljenca bombnega bombardiranja maratona leta 2013. Medtem ko je podjetje je objavilo izjavo, da vse spodbuja, naj ostanejo doma, vsi so dobrodošli na odprtih lokacijah Dunkin ', zlasti policisti, ki so jim brezplačno postregli s kavo in krofi.

10. KOPITI SE JEDNOM, KI PRODATE VELIKONČNOSTNI KROG.

Kot praznična promocija leta 1979 so lahko kupci za samo 1,49 USD vzeli karton ducata krofov v obliki velikonočnih jajc. Jajca so bila prekrita s čokolado in preliti s škropljenjem, čeprav se je cena v 80. letih na koncu povzpela na 1,99 USD, je to še vedno ceneje kot ducat Munchkinov.

11. JUŽNA KOREJA TUDI TUDI NA DUNKINU '.

Leta 2014 je podjetje upravljalo več kot 900 lokacij po vsej državi, s čimer je Južnokorejski Dunkin ’Donuts največji mednarodni trg. Južnokorejske franšize so ponoči bolj zaposlene kot zjutraj, čeprav lahko vedno dobite klasično glazuro, lahko vzamete tudi krof iz črnega riža ali krof s klobaso jalapeño s svojim čajem z mehurčkom.

12. PRIROKA PAROV SE JE POROČILA V DUNKIN 'DROFTS.

Cliff Ranson in Elizabeth Fischer, obdana s krofi, sta se decembra 2010 na lokaciji Williamstown v New Jerseyju zvezala (med pitjem kave). Par je rekel, da gre za njuno notranjo šalo, saj sta dvakrat udarila v pogon. noč. In niso edini zaljubljenci, ki so se povezali z nekaterimi krofi. Veriga je leta 2004 sponzorirala tekmovanje "Hole-y Matrimony Contest", dva srečna para sta v svojem lokalnem Dunkin '-u skupaj s krofom v prahu dobila plačana poroka za vse stroške.


Ducat dejstev, ki jih morda ne veste o Dunkin 'Donuts

Z več kot 11.300 lokacijami v 37 državah po vsem svetu, ki dnevno strežejo povprečno tri milijone strank, Dunkin 'Donuts streže veliko ledenega, glazurnega, d in potresenega ocvrtega testa. Vzemite kavo in eno od njihovih 52 sort krofov (ali krof, če je to vaša stvar) in uživajte v ducatu dejstev o Dunkinu.

1. KONCEPT ima mobilne korenine.

Bodoči ustanovitelj William Rosenberg je svoje življenje v živilski industriji začel kot gostinec za industrijska dela. 1500 dolarjev, ki jih je zaslužil za prodajo obveznic med drugo svetovno vojno, je porabil za 3500 dolarjev pri sorodnikih za zagon storitev industrijskega kosila. Rosenberg je začel kupovati taksije za predelavo v gostinska vozila, in ko je opazil, da 40 odstotkov njegovih prihodkov izhaja iz samo dveh izdelkov (kava in krofi), je imel Rosenberg prelom.

2. DUNKIN 'DOUTS NI BILO IME TRGOVINE.

Ko je Rosenberg leta 1948 odprl svojo prvo trgovino z opeko in malto v Quincyju v Massachusettsu, jo je poimenoval Open Kettle. Kmalu je ugotovil, da bi boljše ime prodalo več krofov in kave, zato je svoje direktorje postavil v sobo in jim rekel, naj razmislijo o novih imenih. Njegov arhitekt naj bi bil tisti, ki je izumil Dunkin 'Donuts, leta 1950 pa so ga objavili.

3. DUNKIN 'REVOLUCIONIRAL, KAKO SO BILI FRANČIRANI RESTAVRACIJI.

Ko je podjetje raslo, je Rosenberg sprejel kontroverzno odločitev o franšizi. Koncept je bil v nekaterih državah skoraj nezakonit, franšizing pa tako tabu, da podjetja, ki omenjajo to besedo, niso smela oglaševati v večjih časopisih. Toda Rosenberg je želel idejo spremeniti v ugleden poklic, ki zasluži denar. "Franšizing podpira velike ameriške sanje, da množicam omogoči lastništvo in uspeh v lastnem podjetju," je dejal desetletja pozneje. Do leta 1960 je ustanovil International Franchise Assn., Ki obstaja še danes.

4. franšize še vedno uporabljajo ROSENBERGOV ORIGINALNI recept za mešanje kave.

Govori se, da mu je bila kava njegove družbe tako všeč, da je Rosenberg vsako jutro popil skodelico. Govorilo se je tudi, da je Dunkinove krofe postregel doma. Zdaj to zveni kot enostaven način za gostijo malice!

5. FOKUSIRANJE NA KAVO JE REVOLUCIRALO PODJETJE.

Čeprav družba nikakor ni propadla, ko se je januarja 2003 pojavil novi izvršni direktor Jon Luther, je njegova ideja, da se osredotočenost podjetja s krofov na kavo oživila. Od takrat do leta 2006, ko je izšel slogan "America run on Dunkin '", je Luther na jedilnik prinesel espresso napitke, najel novo ekipo kuharjev in preoblikoval trgovine s poudarkom na javi. Njegovo trdo delo se je obrestovalo. V naslednjih sedmih letih je podjetje skoraj podvojilo število trgovin, prodaja pa se je povečala za 66 odstotkov.

6. DUNKIN 'ZDAJ PRODAJE 30 SKOPLJOV KAVE VSAKO DRUGO, POVPREČNO.

To vsako leto znaša 1,7 milijarde skodelic vroče in ledene kave. Vse to so preizkusili strokovnjaki za kavo Dunkin ', ki vsak dan poskusijo 200 skodelic kave.

7. NI POPOLNOMA DUNKINOVA NAPAKA, ČE NAROČNO IZGLEDATE "DONUT".

Izraz "krof" je za opis ocvrte kroglice testa prvič uporabil avtor Washington Irving leta 1809. Skrajšani črkopis se je pojavil približno 100 let kasneje, pred ustanovitvijo Dunkin'a. Vendar se je uporaba pravopisa "krof" znatno povečala po ustanovitvi podjetja leta 1950.

8. V prvih treh treh mesecih po prvem nastopu je DUNKIN PRODAL 8,5 milijona križanih krofov.

Na podlagi Cronuta, ki ga je izumila newyorška pekarna Dominique Ansel, je Dunkin ’novembra 2014 predstavil svojo mešanico rogljičkov in krofov kot začasno postavko na jedilniku. Izkazalo se je za tako velik hit, od takrat je ostalo na Dunkinovih menijih po vsej državi.

9. DUNKIN 'VEDNO IMA POSEBEN ODNOS Z BOSTONOM.

Poleg snemanja reklamnih sporočil z lokalnimi športnimi junaki Davidom Ortizom in Robom Gronkowskim je Dunkin 'Donuts z območja Bostona na zahtevo predstavnikov organov pregona ostal odprt med zapiranjem po vsem mestu, uvedenim med iskanjem drugega osumljenca v bombnem napadu v Bostonskem maratonu leta 2013. Medtem ko je podjetje je objavilo izjavo, da vse spodbuja, naj ostanejo doma, vsi so dobrodošli na odprtih lokacijah Dunkin ', zlasti policisti, ki so jim brezplačno postregli s kavo in krofi.

10. KUPITE 'ENKRAT PRODANO VELIKONČNEGA JAJCA.

Kot praznična promocija leta 1979 so lahko kupci za samo 1,49 USD prevzeli karton ducata krofov v obliki velikonočnih jajc. Jajca so bila prekrita s čokolado in preliti s škropljenjem, čeprav se je cena v 80. letih sčasoma povzpela na 1,99 USD, je to še vedno ceneje kot ducat Munchkinov.

11. JUŽNA KOREJA TUDI TUDI NA DUNKINU '.

Leta 2014 je podjetje upravljalo več kot 900 lokacij po vsej državi, s čimer je Južnokorejski Dunkin ’Donuts največji mednarodni trg. Južnokorejske franšize so ponoči bolj zaposlene kot zjutraj, čeprav lahko vedno dobite klasično glazuro, lahko vzamete tudi krof iz črnega riža ali krof s klobaso jalapeño s svojim čajem z mehurčkom.

12. PRIROKA PAROV SE JE POROČILA NA DUNKIN 'DROFTS.

Cliff Ranson in Elizabeth Fischer, obdana s krofi, sta se decembra 2010 na lokaciji Williamstown v New Jerseyju zvezala (med pitjem kave). Par je rekel, da je to njihova lastna šala, saj sta bila znana, da sta dvakrat udarila v pogon. noč. In niso edini zaljubljenci, ki so se povezali z nekaterimi krofi. Veriga je leta 2004 sponzorirala tekmovanje "Hole-y Matrimony Contest", dva srečna para sta v svojem lokalnem Dunkin '-u skupaj s krofom v prahu dobila plačana poroka za vse stroške.


Ducat dejstev, ki jih morda ne veste o Dunkin 'Donuts

Z več kot 11.300 lokacijami v 37 državah po vsem svetu, ki dnevno strežejo povprečno tri milijone strank, Dunkin 'Donuts streže veliko ledenega, glazurnega, d in potresenega ocvrtega testa. Vzemite kavo in eno od njihovih 52 sort krofov (ali krof, če je to vaša stvar) in uživajte v ducatu dejstev o Dunkinu.

1. KONCEPT ima mobilne korenine.

Bodoči ustanovitelj William Rosenberg je svoje življenje v živilski industriji začel kot gostinec za industrijska dela. 1500 dolarjev, ki jih je zaslužil za prodajo obveznic med drugo svetovno vojno, je porabil za 3500 dolarjev pri sorodnikih za zagon storitev industrijskega kosila. Rosenberg je začel kupovati taksije za predelavo v gostinska vozila, in ko je opazil, da 40 odstotkov njegovih prihodkov izhaja iz samo dveh izdelkov (kava in krofi), je imel Rosenberg prelom.

2. DUNKIN 'DOUTS NI BILO IME TRGOVINE.

Ko je Rosenberg leta 1948 odprl svojo prvo trgovino z opeko in malto v Quincyju v Massachusettsu, jo je poimenoval Open Kettle. Kmalu je ugotovil, da bi bolje ime prodalo več krofov in kave, zato je svoje direktorje postavil v sobo in jim rekel, naj razmislijo o novih imenih. Njegov arhitekt naj bi bil tisti, ki je izumil Dunkin 'Donuts, leta 1950 pa so ga objavili.

3. DUNKIN 'REVOLUCIONIRAL, KAKO SO BILI FRANČIRANI RESTAVRACIJI.

Ko je podjetje raslo, se je Rosenberg odločil za franšizo. Koncept je bil v nekaterih državah skoraj nezakonit, franšizing pa tako tabu, da podjetja, ki omenjajo to besedo, niso smela oglaševati v večjih časopisih. Toda Rosenberg je želel idejo spremeniti v ugleden poklic, ki zasluži denar. "Franšizing podpira velike ameriške sanje, da bi množicam omogočile lastništvo in uspeh v lastnem podjetju," je dejal desetletja pozneje. By 1960, he had founded the International Franchise Assn., which still exists today.

4. FRANCHISES STILL USE ROSENBERG'S ORIGINAL COFFEE BLEND RECIPE.

It's said that he liked his company’s coffee so much that Rosenberg drank a cup of it every morning. He was also rumored to serve Dunkin’ doughnuts in his home. Now that sounds like an easy way to host brunch!

5. FOCUSING ON THE COFFEE REVOLUTIONIZED THE COMPANY.

While the company was by no means failing when new CEO Jon Luther came on in January 2003, his idea to change the company’s focus from doughnuts to coffee revitalized the brand. From then to 2006, when the slogan "America runs on Dunkin'" was launched, Luther brought espresso beverages to the menu, hired a new team of chefs, and redesigned stores with a focus on java. His hard work paid off. Over the next seven years, the company nearly doubled their number of stores and sales increased 66 percent.

6. DUNKIN' NOW SELLS 30 CUPS OF COFFEE EVERY SECOND, ON AVERAGE.

That amounts to 1.7 billion cups of hot and iced coffee globally every year. All of which are taste-tested by Dunkin' coffee experts who try 200 cups of coffee every day.

7. IT'S NOT ENTIRELY DUNKIN'S FAULT IF YOU SPELL "DOUGHNUT" WRONG.

The term "doughnut" was first used to describe a fried ball of dough by author Washington Irving in 1809. The truncated spelling appeared about 100 years later, before the founding of Dunkin’. However, use of the spelling "donut" grew significantly after the company was launched in 1950.

8. IN THE FIRST THREE MONTHS AFTER ITS DEBUT, DUNKIN' SOLD 8.5 MILLION CROISSANT DOUGHNUTS.

Based on the Cronut invented by New York’s Dominique Ansel Bakery, Dunkin’ introduced their croissant-doughnut mashup in November 2014 as a temporary menu item. It proved to be such a smash hit, it has stayed on Dunkin’ menus across the country ever since.

9. DUNKIN' HAS ALWAYS HAD A SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH BOSTON.

Besides filming commercials with local sports heroes David Ortiz and Rob Gronkowski, Boston-area Dunkin' Donuts, at the request of law enforcement officials, stayed open during the citywide lockdown instituted during the manhunt for the second Boston marathon bombing suspect in 2013. While the company issued a statement that it encouraged everyone to stay home, all were welcome at open Dunkin’ locations, especially cops, who were served coffee and doughnuts for free.

10. DUNKIN' ONCE SOLD AN EASTER EGG DOUGHNUT.

As a holiday promotion in 1979, customers could pick up a carton of a dozen Easter egg-shaped doughnuts for just $1.49. The eggs were chocolate-covered and topped with sprinkles, and though the price eventually went up to $1.99 in the '80s, that's still cheaper than a dozen Munchkins.

11. SOUTH KOREA ALSO RUNS ON DUNKIN'.

In 2014, the company operated more than 900 locations across the country, making South Korea Dunkin’ Donuts's largest international market. South Korean franchises tend to be busier at night than in the morning, and while you can always get a classic glazed, you can also pick up a black rice doughnut or jalapeño sausage pie doughnut with your bubble tea latte.

12. A HANDFUL OF COUPLES HAVE GOTTEN MARRIED AT DUNKIN' DONUTS.

Surrounded by doughnuts, Cliff Ranson and Elizabeth Fischer tied the knot (while drinking coffee) in a Williamstown, New Jersey location in December 2010. The pair said it was their own inside joke, as they had been known to hit the drive-thru twice a night. And they aren't the only lovebirds who bonded over some doughnuts. The chain sponsored a "Hole-y Matrimony Contest" in 2004, and two lucky couples got all-expenses paid weddings at their local Dunkin', complete with powdered doughnut cakes.


A Dozen Facts You Might Not Know About Dunkin' Donuts

With more than 11,300 locations in 37 countries around the world that serve, on average, a total of three million customers a day, Dunkin' Donuts serves a lot of iced, glaze,d and sprinkled fried dough. Grab a coffee and one of their 52 varieties of doughnuts (or a croissant doughnut, if that’s your thing) and enjoy a dozen facts about Dunkin'.

1. THE CONCEPT HAS MOBILE ROOTS.

Future founder William Rosenberg started his life in the food service industry as a lunch caterer to industrial workers. He used the $1500 he made selling bonds during World War II and borrowed $3500 from relatives to launch Industrial Luncheon Services. Rosenberg started buying taxicabs to convert into catering vehicles, and when he noticed that 40 percent of his revenue came from just two products (coffee and doughnuts), Rosenberg had an epiphany.

2. DUNKIN' DONUTS WAS NOT THE SHOP'S FIRST NAME.

When Rosenberg opened his first brick-and-mortar store in Quincy, Massachusetts in 1948, he called it Open Kettle. He soon determined that a better name would sell more doughnuts and coffee, so he put his executives in a room and told them to brainstorm new names. His architect is said to be the one who came up with Dunkin' Donuts, and in 1950, they made it official.

3. DUNKIN' REVOLUTIONIZED HOW RESTAURANTS WERE FRANCHISED.

As the company grew, Rosenberg made the controversial decision to franchise. The concept was almost illegal in some states, and franchising was so taboo that companies that mentioned the word weren’t allowed to advertise in major newspapers. But Rosenberg wanted to turn the idea into a respectable, money-making profession. "Franchising supports the great American dream of allowing multitudes to own and succeed in their own businesses," he said decades later. By 1960, he had founded the International Franchise Assn., which still exists today.

4. FRANCHISES STILL USE ROSENBERG'S ORIGINAL COFFEE BLEND RECIPE.

It's said that he liked his company’s coffee so much that Rosenberg drank a cup of it every morning. He was also rumored to serve Dunkin’ doughnuts in his home. Now that sounds like an easy way to host brunch!

5. FOCUSING ON THE COFFEE REVOLUTIONIZED THE COMPANY.

While the company was by no means failing when new CEO Jon Luther came on in January 2003, his idea to change the company’s focus from doughnuts to coffee revitalized the brand. From then to 2006, when the slogan "America runs on Dunkin'" was launched, Luther brought espresso beverages to the menu, hired a new team of chefs, and redesigned stores with a focus on java. His hard work paid off. Over the next seven years, the company nearly doubled their number of stores and sales increased 66 percent.

6. DUNKIN' NOW SELLS 30 CUPS OF COFFEE EVERY SECOND, ON AVERAGE.

That amounts to 1.7 billion cups of hot and iced coffee globally every year. All of which are taste-tested by Dunkin' coffee experts who try 200 cups of coffee every day.

7. IT'S NOT ENTIRELY DUNKIN'S FAULT IF YOU SPELL "DOUGHNUT" WRONG.

The term "doughnut" was first used to describe a fried ball of dough by author Washington Irving in 1809. The truncated spelling appeared about 100 years later, before the founding of Dunkin’. However, use of the spelling "donut" grew significantly after the company was launched in 1950.

8. IN THE FIRST THREE MONTHS AFTER ITS DEBUT, DUNKIN' SOLD 8.5 MILLION CROISSANT DOUGHNUTS.

Based on the Cronut invented by New York’s Dominique Ansel Bakery, Dunkin’ introduced their croissant-doughnut mashup in November 2014 as a temporary menu item. It proved to be such a smash hit, it has stayed on Dunkin’ menus across the country ever since.

9. DUNKIN' HAS ALWAYS HAD A SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH BOSTON.

Besides filming commercials with local sports heroes David Ortiz and Rob Gronkowski, Boston-area Dunkin' Donuts, at the request of law enforcement officials, stayed open during the citywide lockdown instituted during the manhunt for the second Boston marathon bombing suspect in 2013. While the company issued a statement that it encouraged everyone to stay home, all were welcome at open Dunkin’ locations, especially cops, who were served coffee and doughnuts for free.

10. DUNKIN' ONCE SOLD AN EASTER EGG DOUGHNUT.

As a holiday promotion in 1979, customers could pick up a carton of a dozen Easter egg-shaped doughnuts for just $1.49. The eggs were chocolate-covered and topped with sprinkles, and though the price eventually went up to $1.99 in the '80s, that's still cheaper than a dozen Munchkins.

11. SOUTH KOREA ALSO RUNS ON DUNKIN'.

In 2014, the company operated more than 900 locations across the country, making South Korea Dunkin’ Donuts's largest international market. South Korean franchises tend to be busier at night than in the morning, and while you can always get a classic glazed, you can also pick up a black rice doughnut or jalapeño sausage pie doughnut with your bubble tea latte.

12. A HANDFUL OF COUPLES HAVE GOTTEN MARRIED AT DUNKIN' DONUTS.

Surrounded by doughnuts, Cliff Ranson and Elizabeth Fischer tied the knot (while drinking coffee) in a Williamstown, New Jersey location in December 2010. The pair said it was their own inside joke, as they had been known to hit the drive-thru twice a night. And they aren't the only lovebirds who bonded over some doughnuts. The chain sponsored a "Hole-y Matrimony Contest" in 2004, and two lucky couples got all-expenses paid weddings at their local Dunkin', complete with powdered doughnut cakes.


A Dozen Facts You Might Not Know About Dunkin' Donuts

With more than 11,300 locations in 37 countries around the world that serve, on average, a total of three million customers a day, Dunkin' Donuts serves a lot of iced, glaze,d and sprinkled fried dough. Grab a coffee and one of their 52 varieties of doughnuts (or a croissant doughnut, if that’s your thing) and enjoy a dozen facts about Dunkin'.

1. THE CONCEPT HAS MOBILE ROOTS.

Future founder William Rosenberg started his life in the food service industry as a lunch caterer to industrial workers. He used the $1500 he made selling bonds during World War II and borrowed $3500 from relatives to launch Industrial Luncheon Services. Rosenberg started buying taxicabs to convert into catering vehicles, and when he noticed that 40 percent of his revenue came from just two products (coffee and doughnuts), Rosenberg had an epiphany.

2. DUNKIN' DONUTS WAS NOT THE SHOP'S FIRST NAME.

When Rosenberg opened his first brick-and-mortar store in Quincy, Massachusetts in 1948, he called it Open Kettle. He soon determined that a better name would sell more doughnuts and coffee, so he put his executives in a room and told them to brainstorm new names. His architect is said to be the one who came up with Dunkin' Donuts, and in 1950, they made it official.

3. DUNKIN' REVOLUTIONIZED HOW RESTAURANTS WERE FRANCHISED.

As the company grew, Rosenberg made the controversial decision to franchise. The concept was almost illegal in some states, and franchising was so taboo that companies that mentioned the word weren’t allowed to advertise in major newspapers. But Rosenberg wanted to turn the idea into a respectable, money-making profession. "Franchising supports the great American dream of allowing multitudes to own and succeed in their own businesses," he said decades later. By 1960, he had founded the International Franchise Assn., which still exists today.

4. FRANCHISES STILL USE ROSENBERG'S ORIGINAL COFFEE BLEND RECIPE.

It's said that he liked his company’s coffee so much that Rosenberg drank a cup of it every morning. He was also rumored to serve Dunkin’ doughnuts in his home. Now that sounds like an easy way to host brunch!

5. FOCUSING ON THE COFFEE REVOLUTIONIZED THE COMPANY.

While the company was by no means failing when new CEO Jon Luther came on in January 2003, his idea to change the company’s focus from doughnuts to coffee revitalized the brand. From then to 2006, when the slogan "America runs on Dunkin'" was launched, Luther brought espresso beverages to the menu, hired a new team of chefs, and redesigned stores with a focus on java. His hard work paid off. Over the next seven years, the company nearly doubled their number of stores and sales increased 66 percent.

6. DUNKIN' NOW SELLS 30 CUPS OF COFFEE EVERY SECOND, ON AVERAGE.

That amounts to 1.7 billion cups of hot and iced coffee globally every year. All of which are taste-tested by Dunkin' coffee experts who try 200 cups of coffee every day.

7. IT'S NOT ENTIRELY DUNKIN'S FAULT IF YOU SPELL "DOUGHNUT" WRONG.

The term "doughnut" was first used to describe a fried ball of dough by author Washington Irving in 1809. The truncated spelling appeared about 100 years later, before the founding of Dunkin’. However, use of the spelling "donut" grew significantly after the company was launched in 1950.

8. IN THE FIRST THREE MONTHS AFTER ITS DEBUT, DUNKIN' SOLD 8.5 MILLION CROISSANT DOUGHNUTS.

Based on the Cronut invented by New York’s Dominique Ansel Bakery, Dunkin’ introduced their croissant-doughnut mashup in November 2014 as a temporary menu item. It proved to be such a smash hit, it has stayed on Dunkin’ menus across the country ever since.

9. DUNKIN' HAS ALWAYS HAD A SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH BOSTON.

Besides filming commercials with local sports heroes David Ortiz and Rob Gronkowski, Boston-area Dunkin' Donuts, at the request of law enforcement officials, stayed open during the citywide lockdown instituted during the manhunt for the second Boston marathon bombing suspect in 2013. While the company issued a statement that it encouraged everyone to stay home, all were welcome at open Dunkin’ locations, especially cops, who were served coffee and doughnuts for free.

10. DUNKIN' ONCE SOLD AN EASTER EGG DOUGHNUT.

As a holiday promotion in 1979, customers could pick up a carton of a dozen Easter egg-shaped doughnuts for just $1.49. The eggs were chocolate-covered and topped with sprinkles, and though the price eventually went up to $1.99 in the '80s, that's still cheaper than a dozen Munchkins.

11. SOUTH KOREA ALSO RUNS ON DUNKIN'.

In 2014, the company operated more than 900 locations across the country, making South Korea Dunkin’ Donuts's largest international market. South Korean franchises tend to be busier at night than in the morning, and while you can always get a classic glazed, you can also pick up a black rice doughnut or jalapeño sausage pie doughnut with your bubble tea latte.

12. A HANDFUL OF COUPLES HAVE GOTTEN MARRIED AT DUNKIN' DONUTS.

Surrounded by doughnuts, Cliff Ranson and Elizabeth Fischer tied the knot (while drinking coffee) in a Williamstown, New Jersey location in December 2010. The pair said it was their own inside joke, as they had been known to hit the drive-thru twice a night. And they aren't the only lovebirds who bonded over some doughnuts. The chain sponsored a "Hole-y Matrimony Contest" in 2004, and two lucky couples got all-expenses paid weddings at their local Dunkin', complete with powdered doughnut cakes.


A Dozen Facts You Might Not Know About Dunkin' Donuts

With more than 11,300 locations in 37 countries around the world that serve, on average, a total of three million customers a day, Dunkin' Donuts serves a lot of iced, glaze,d and sprinkled fried dough. Grab a coffee and one of their 52 varieties of doughnuts (or a croissant doughnut, if that’s your thing) and enjoy a dozen facts about Dunkin'.

1. THE CONCEPT HAS MOBILE ROOTS.

Future founder William Rosenberg started his life in the food service industry as a lunch caterer to industrial workers. He used the $1500 he made selling bonds during World War II and borrowed $3500 from relatives to launch Industrial Luncheon Services. Rosenberg started buying taxicabs to convert into catering vehicles, and when he noticed that 40 percent of his revenue came from just two products (coffee and doughnuts), Rosenberg had an epiphany.

2. DUNKIN' DONUTS WAS NOT THE SHOP'S FIRST NAME.

When Rosenberg opened his first brick-and-mortar store in Quincy, Massachusetts in 1948, he called it Open Kettle. He soon determined that a better name would sell more doughnuts and coffee, so he put his executives in a room and told them to brainstorm new names. His architect is said to be the one who came up with Dunkin' Donuts, and in 1950, they made it official.

3. DUNKIN' REVOLUTIONIZED HOW RESTAURANTS WERE FRANCHISED.

As the company grew, Rosenberg made the controversial decision to franchise. The concept was almost illegal in some states, and franchising was so taboo that companies that mentioned the word weren’t allowed to advertise in major newspapers. But Rosenberg wanted to turn the idea into a respectable, money-making profession. "Franchising supports the great American dream of allowing multitudes to own and succeed in their own businesses," he said decades later. By 1960, he had founded the International Franchise Assn., which still exists today.

4. FRANCHISES STILL USE ROSENBERG'S ORIGINAL COFFEE BLEND RECIPE.

It's said that he liked his company’s coffee so much that Rosenberg drank a cup of it every morning. He was also rumored to serve Dunkin’ doughnuts in his home. Now that sounds like an easy way to host brunch!

5. FOCUSING ON THE COFFEE REVOLUTIONIZED THE COMPANY.

While the company was by no means failing when new CEO Jon Luther came on in January 2003, his idea to change the company’s focus from doughnuts to coffee revitalized the brand. From then to 2006, when the slogan "America runs on Dunkin'" was launched, Luther brought espresso beverages to the menu, hired a new team of chefs, and redesigned stores with a focus on java. His hard work paid off. Over the next seven years, the company nearly doubled their number of stores and sales increased 66 percent.

6. DUNKIN' NOW SELLS 30 CUPS OF COFFEE EVERY SECOND, ON AVERAGE.

That amounts to 1.7 billion cups of hot and iced coffee globally every year. All of which are taste-tested by Dunkin' coffee experts who try 200 cups of coffee every day.

7. IT'S NOT ENTIRELY DUNKIN'S FAULT IF YOU SPELL "DOUGHNUT" WRONG.

The term "doughnut" was first used to describe a fried ball of dough by author Washington Irving in 1809. The truncated spelling appeared about 100 years later, before the founding of Dunkin’. However, use of the spelling "donut" grew significantly after the company was launched in 1950.

8. IN THE FIRST THREE MONTHS AFTER ITS DEBUT, DUNKIN' SOLD 8.5 MILLION CROISSANT DOUGHNUTS.

Based on the Cronut invented by New York’s Dominique Ansel Bakery, Dunkin’ introduced their croissant-doughnut mashup in November 2014 as a temporary menu item. It proved to be such a smash hit, it has stayed on Dunkin’ menus across the country ever since.

9. DUNKIN' HAS ALWAYS HAD A SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH BOSTON.

Besides filming commercials with local sports heroes David Ortiz and Rob Gronkowski, Boston-area Dunkin' Donuts, at the request of law enforcement officials, stayed open during the citywide lockdown instituted during the manhunt for the second Boston marathon bombing suspect in 2013. While the company issued a statement that it encouraged everyone to stay home, all were welcome at open Dunkin’ locations, especially cops, who were served coffee and doughnuts for free.

10. DUNKIN' ONCE SOLD AN EASTER EGG DOUGHNUT.

As a holiday promotion in 1979, customers could pick up a carton of a dozen Easter egg-shaped doughnuts for just $1.49. The eggs were chocolate-covered and topped with sprinkles, and though the price eventually went up to $1.99 in the '80s, that's still cheaper than a dozen Munchkins.

11. SOUTH KOREA ALSO RUNS ON DUNKIN'.

In 2014, the company operated more than 900 locations across the country, making South Korea Dunkin’ Donuts's largest international market. South Korean franchises tend to be busier at night than in the morning, and while you can always get a classic glazed, you can also pick up a black rice doughnut or jalapeño sausage pie doughnut with your bubble tea latte.

12. A HANDFUL OF COUPLES HAVE GOTTEN MARRIED AT DUNKIN' DONUTS.

Surrounded by doughnuts, Cliff Ranson and Elizabeth Fischer tied the knot (while drinking coffee) in a Williamstown, New Jersey location in December 2010. The pair said it was their own inside joke, as they had been known to hit the drive-thru twice a night. And they aren't the only lovebirds who bonded over some doughnuts. The chain sponsored a "Hole-y Matrimony Contest" in 2004, and two lucky couples got all-expenses paid weddings at their local Dunkin', complete with powdered doughnut cakes.


A Dozen Facts You Might Not Know About Dunkin' Donuts

With more than 11,300 locations in 37 countries around the world that serve, on average, a total of three million customers a day, Dunkin' Donuts serves a lot of iced, glaze,d and sprinkled fried dough. Grab a coffee and one of their 52 varieties of doughnuts (or a croissant doughnut, if that’s your thing) and enjoy a dozen facts about Dunkin'.

1. THE CONCEPT HAS MOBILE ROOTS.

Future founder William Rosenberg started his life in the food service industry as a lunch caterer to industrial workers. He used the $1500 he made selling bonds during World War II and borrowed $3500 from relatives to launch Industrial Luncheon Services. Rosenberg started buying taxicabs to convert into catering vehicles, and when he noticed that 40 percent of his revenue came from just two products (coffee and doughnuts), Rosenberg had an epiphany.

2. DUNKIN' DONUTS WAS NOT THE SHOP'S FIRST NAME.

When Rosenberg opened his first brick-and-mortar store in Quincy, Massachusetts in 1948, he called it Open Kettle. He soon determined that a better name would sell more doughnuts and coffee, so he put his executives in a room and told them to brainstorm new names. His architect is said to be the one who came up with Dunkin' Donuts, and in 1950, they made it official.

3. DUNKIN' REVOLUTIONIZED HOW RESTAURANTS WERE FRANCHISED.

As the company grew, Rosenberg made the controversial decision to franchise. The concept was almost illegal in some states, and franchising was so taboo that companies that mentioned the word weren’t allowed to advertise in major newspapers. But Rosenberg wanted to turn the idea into a respectable, money-making profession. "Franchising supports the great American dream of allowing multitudes to own and succeed in their own businesses," he said decades later. By 1960, he had founded the International Franchise Assn., which still exists today.

4. FRANCHISES STILL USE ROSENBERG'S ORIGINAL COFFEE BLEND RECIPE.

It's said that he liked his company’s coffee so much that Rosenberg drank a cup of it every morning. He was also rumored to serve Dunkin’ doughnuts in his home. Now that sounds like an easy way to host brunch!

5. FOCUSING ON THE COFFEE REVOLUTIONIZED THE COMPANY.

While the company was by no means failing when new CEO Jon Luther came on in January 2003, his idea to change the company’s focus from doughnuts to coffee revitalized the brand. From then to 2006, when the slogan "America runs on Dunkin'" was launched, Luther brought espresso beverages to the menu, hired a new team of chefs, and redesigned stores with a focus on java. His hard work paid off. Over the next seven years, the company nearly doubled their number of stores and sales increased 66 percent.

6. DUNKIN' NOW SELLS 30 CUPS OF COFFEE EVERY SECOND, ON AVERAGE.

That amounts to 1.7 billion cups of hot and iced coffee globally every year. All of which are taste-tested by Dunkin' coffee experts who try 200 cups of coffee every day.

7. IT'S NOT ENTIRELY DUNKIN'S FAULT IF YOU SPELL "DOUGHNUT" WRONG.

The term "doughnut" was first used to describe a fried ball of dough by author Washington Irving in 1809. The truncated spelling appeared about 100 years later, before the founding of Dunkin’. However, use of the spelling "donut" grew significantly after the company was launched in 1950.

8. IN THE FIRST THREE MONTHS AFTER ITS DEBUT, DUNKIN' SOLD 8.5 MILLION CROISSANT DOUGHNUTS.

Based on the Cronut invented by New York’s Dominique Ansel Bakery, Dunkin’ introduced their croissant-doughnut mashup in November 2014 as a temporary menu item. It proved to be such a smash hit, it has stayed on Dunkin’ menus across the country ever since.

9. DUNKIN' HAS ALWAYS HAD A SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH BOSTON.

Besides filming commercials with local sports heroes David Ortiz and Rob Gronkowski, Boston-area Dunkin' Donuts, at the request of law enforcement officials, stayed open during the citywide lockdown instituted during the manhunt for the second Boston marathon bombing suspect in 2013. While the company issued a statement that it encouraged everyone to stay home, all were welcome at open Dunkin’ locations, especially cops, who were served coffee and doughnuts for free.

10. DUNKIN' ONCE SOLD AN EASTER EGG DOUGHNUT.

As a holiday promotion in 1979, customers could pick up a carton of a dozen Easter egg-shaped doughnuts for just $1.49. The eggs were chocolate-covered and topped with sprinkles, and though the price eventually went up to $1.99 in the '80s, that's still cheaper than a dozen Munchkins.

11. SOUTH KOREA ALSO RUNS ON DUNKIN'.

In 2014, the company operated more than 900 locations across the country, making South Korea Dunkin’ Donuts's largest international market. South Korean franchises tend to be busier at night than in the morning, and while you can always get a classic glazed, you can also pick up a black rice doughnut or jalapeño sausage pie doughnut with your bubble tea latte.

12. A HANDFUL OF COUPLES HAVE GOTTEN MARRIED AT DUNKIN' DONUTS.

Surrounded by doughnuts, Cliff Ranson and Elizabeth Fischer tied the knot (while drinking coffee) in a Williamstown, New Jersey location in December 2010. The pair said it was their own inside joke, as they had been known to hit the drive-thru twice a night. And they aren't the only lovebirds who bonded over some doughnuts. The chain sponsored a "Hole-y Matrimony Contest" in 2004, and two lucky couples got all-expenses paid weddings at their local Dunkin', complete with powdered doughnut cakes.


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