Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Strengthening The Chain

Today the restaurant chain got stronger here in Pueblo as Dunkin' Donuts opened their doors for business. With a ribbon cutting ceremony with members of the Pueblo Chamber of Commerce Dunkin' Donuts is back after a 20 year hiatus. Located in the former Del Taco building on the corner of Elizabeth and Highway 50, Dunkin' Donuts is in a prime spot for pulling in morning commuters headed to work or school and will be opening another store on Northern Avenue later this summer.
People steadily poured into Dunkin' Donuts since 7am.

Dunkin' Donut staff and members of the Chamber of Commerce cut the ribbon to officially open the store.
It has been just over seven months since Chick-fil-A opened it's Pueblo store just a few short miles down Highway 50, on the site of what used to be a Blockbuster Video store. This fall Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom will open its Pueblo store. Old Chicago will be located on Elizabeth, just past Chipotle and Stoehr Cleaners, construction has already begun and advertising for the hiring of staff is already under way.
Construction equipment on the Old Chicago building site.

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