Munchkin Revolution / Dover Boycott's Dunkin' Donuts
We are so fortunate to live in a town like Dover, Ma. There are few towns left in America that have the charming and quaint feel that Dover has. This is due to the fact that corporate American chains have not invaded our town the way they have all others. This is what makes Dover so UNIQUE and we must hold on to this and try our best to preserve the special look and feel of our town for generations to come. As many of you know there is a Dunkin' Donuts going into the historical train station building. It is currently under construction and there are 8 different shades of brown (to represent the coffee colors) that have been painted on the front side and the trim has been painted orange. Bright orange awnings are soon to be erected along with large lit up Dunkin' Donut signs out front and on the roof. We feel this is a disgrace and is offensive to preserving our town's special charm and history. We are asking the owners to please be respectful to preserving the look and feel of our town. We are simply asking them to paint the building one shade of brown, and to please leave off the orange trim and awnings. We do not feel like we are asking too much of them. If you feel the same, we implore you to boycott this store unless they comply with our request.