BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Not the most important thing you’ll read, but Dunkin’ is closing most area locations until further notice. Here is the official announcement:
“Dear Perks members,
Your safety, along with the safety of everyone associated with Dunkin’ Donuts, is our priority. With Hurricane Irma approaching, we encourage you to take all necessary precautions to ensure safety for you and your family.
We also recommend that you visit floridadisaster.org for the latest information on local evacuation orders and safety information for the state of Florida.
Due to the current forecast, Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants in the path of Irma will close as the storm approaches. Depending on the storm’s impact, some locations might be closed longer than others, and On-the-Go Mobile Ordering* might not be available. We will reopen locations when it’s safe to do so.
Our thoughts are with you and your families. Please stay safe.”
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