Dunkin Donuts

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Dunkin Donuts at Publix, Hwy 54 and Sumner Road sucks. Very little selection and workers with attitudes. Can someone PLEASE build a Krispy Kream in Peachtree City?

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Submitted by mysteryman on Sun, 01/18/2009 - 7:45pm.

This is just a sign of things to come, wait until the grocrey stores start to run out of milk, cause all the dairy farms were foreclosed on. Mcdonalds runs out of french frys cause we used all of the oils to make gasoline, cause O.P.E.C stopped selling oil to us. Wal-mart runs out of durable goods, cause China has cut off our credit, cause they are broke too. Just wait next time you go to Wal-Mart see for yourself look at all the empty slots on the shelves, for it has already begun. Makes you wonder when you cant have your milk and cookies ehh. Now will you pay attention and get involved before it is too late??? One would hope so, for there is a reason this franchisee has a limited supply of product. Anyone want to guess what it is???? GOD BLESS US ALL.....

Submitted by skyspy on Sun, 01/18/2009 - 11:20pm.

Just wait until the farmers can't get loans to plant their crops. We will be paying $30-40 dollars for a loaf of bread.

No matter what barry says I have to save all of my money. I can't spend it on anything but food and gas. Since I will be punished the most for daring to WORK for a living. Shame on me!!! In barry's world I need to be punished for working.

Submitted by ShannonbDDgirl on Sun, 01/18/2009 - 8:07pm.

And I work for them, no one hates it more than me when everyone is upset that we are out of Donuts. We are a DONUT Shop for goodness sakes. All of it is out of my control and I understand your frustration. If I could buy the place I would, and never run out of donuts. But please dont take it out on the staff we just do what we are told from the top, like everyone else. God Bless us All is right..

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Submitted by Fred Garvin on Sun, 01/18/2009 - 9:35pm.

So, barry wants us to spend to spend money? That's just a tad irresponsible, isn't it? Shouldn't we be saving money instead of spending money just because B-HO says that he wants us to?

Tell you what - tell barry to let us keep all taxes that would normally be paid to the Federal Government for the next 3 months, and I'll spend some money. Short of that, he can pound sand for -all I care.

-No more dining out
-Buy only the absolute necessities for life
-All disposable income goes into savings

Submitted by Davids mom on Mon, 01/19/2009 - 5:18am.

It was 'W" who asked you to 'shop'. Keep your eyes and ears open. I guess he didn't realize that you couldn’t spend what you don't have. The stimulus didn't work - because everyone did just as you did. Disposable income (if you have any) into savings. Business is hurting!

Submitted by mysteryman on Sun, 01/18/2009 - 9:48pm.

The sad part is that most of us have been abideing by your list for a long time now. Me and my wife having been involved in the local construction industry all of our lives, are in survival mode now and have been for the last 26 months. Yeah ill admit back when things were easy we would go out to eat 3 or 4 times a week, and splurge at the store occaisionally, however if B.H.O want us to spend money, then im with you hes going to have to show us the money first.. We the general public are the backbone of this nations economy not Wall Street, not the big three, until Washington does somthing for the public, IE: tax eliminations, bailouts, debt forgiveness, income tax eliminations. Its our money they are doleing out up there, and this is the same thing they are doing for the banks, the big three, and wall street, all while failing to realize, that when we the public catch cold, so does everyone else...GOD BLESS.

Submitted by mysteryman on Sun, 01/18/2009 - 9:30pm.

Alas a voice of reason, as i was saying, talk is cheap its past time to get up and do somthing about it. Does the meat dept at your local grocer have to be out of everything but Bologna, before you get involved and do something about it, i hope not, but then again aint it cool how the bologna rises up in the frying pan, kinda like we need to do..HINT HINT....BLESS

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Submitted by carbonunit52 on Sun, 01/18/2009 - 8:04pm.

We haven't even run out of antiques yet.

"I can't wait until tomorrow, because I become more lovable every day."

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Submitted by sniffles5 on Sun, 01/18/2009 - 7:25pm.

I hate to seem like I'm piling on here but I had a rather unsatisfactory visit to Dunkin Donuts in Peachtree City last Sunday also.

First of all, my family and I went there after church at around 10:15 or so, prime donut eating hours.

They were out of chocolate donuts. Sad Now, I can understand if you run out of wheaty granola crumble donuts, or spackleberry mocha tarts, or any other of the "specialty" stuff, but geez louise chocolate donuts are a staple!

I noticed the staff seemed untrained or poorly trained. Someone ordered one of the new froo-froo coffee drinks and the poor guy obviously didn't know how to make one....so the staff dropped what they were doing and made one of these drinks by committee.

There were 4 people in line when I got there, and the line had swelled to about 12-13 people by the time I got to order because the service was so slow.

By contrast, if you've ever been to the Dunkin Donuts up there in Fayetteville, they are a model of efficiency, get 'em in, get 'em out.

Maybe I just caught the PTC crew on a bad day....in any event, poor service is not worth lowering my standards (i.e. visiting a Krispy Kreme!!)
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Submitted by G35 Dude on Sun, 01/18/2009 - 7:18pm.

I'll second the comment on the limited selection. If you go at night to get a dozen donuts you have to pick from what ever is left over from the day. Next time I want donuts at night I'm going to try the bakery at Publix.

Submitted by ShannonbDDgirl on Sun, 01/18/2009 - 7:06pm.

I would personally like to know who you dealt with at Dunkin Donuts, because I will see to it that they are written up. I am sorry about the service you have gotten I can fix that but as far as the limited selection I cant do much about it. It is our corporate office and franchisee owner calling all the shots now, if you would like to discuss this with them you can come by and I will give you the complaint line, I'm not sure it will get you very far; as it hasnt the managers that run the store, but if we all complain maybe it will make a difference. Please let me know who you dealt with. Thanks

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