How Was "Dunkin' Donuts" Named?
In 1946, William Rosenberg founded Industrial Luncheon Services as a company to deliver meals and "coffee break snacks" to customers in the outer reaches of Boston, Massachusetts. His business saw success and Rosenberg soon followed by opening up his first coffee and donut shop called, "The Open Kettle." In 1950 he opened the first store known as "Dunkin' Donuts," which is still standing today at 543 Southern Artery in Quincy, Massachusetts.
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