New Dunkin’ store features drive-thru for mobile orders, self-order kiosks

By | January 22, 2018

New Dunkin’ store features drive-thru for mobile orders, self-order kiosksNew Dunkin' store features drive-thru for mobile orders, self-order kiosks

The new concept store in Quincy, Mass., includes a drive-thru just for mobile orders, in-store ordering kiosks and new employee uniforms.

Source: www.usatoday.com

Dunkin’ Donuts has opened a new concept store designed for customers on the go, featuring what the company says is the first drive-thru exclusively for mobile orders.

 

Among the concept store’s other features are kiosks where people can order without the help of a staffer, a dedicated area where people who ordered using the chain’s mobile app may pick up their food and drinks and a bigger grab-and-go section, including GoGo Squeez applesauce, Yoplait yogurt parfaits and beef jerky.

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