ALLENDALE, NJ — U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) visited a locally owned Dunkin’ in Allendale for its grand reopening after a two-week remodel. Gottheimer met with elected officials, the local owners, longtime staff, and North Jersey customers. To celebrate the grand reopening, local small business owners Rana and Tony Oliver gave away 100 free coffee-for-a-year vouchers. Additionally, “Dunkin Joy,” a Dunkin’ foundation dedicated to bringing joy to children battling hunger or illness, donated $1,000 to the Center for Food Action in Mahwah.
“I want to thank the small business owners, managers, and employees at the locally owned and operated Allendale Dunkin’ for having me at their grand reopening celebration. Whether it’s with coffee, support for the local Center for Food Action in Mahwah, or dozens of jobs, it’s great to see a local business supporting North Jersey and our economy,” said Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5). “Local businesses like Dunkin’ are the backbone of North Jersey, and they’re what make the Fifth District such an incredible place to live, work, and do business. I’ll continue working hard to support Jersey’s small businesses
by cutting unnecessary and burdensome red tape restricting their full potential.”
Gottheimer was joined by Mayor Amy Wilczynski, Councilman Joseph Daloisio, and Allendale Police Chief Dillon.
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