BELLINGHAM Mass. A Dunkinâ€™ Donuts franchisee group is seeking increased oversight of the chainâ€™s co-op advertising fund following the indictment last week of a former executive of brand parent Dunkinâ€™ Brands, who was accused of siphoning off nearly $400,000 in a kickback scheme. Officials of DD Independent Franchise Owners, the organization here that claims to be the largest association of Dunkinâ€™ Donuts franchise owners in the United States, said the arrest of Carolyn Kravetz ...
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