BELLINGHAM Mass. A Dunkin’ Donuts franchisee group is seeking increased oversight of the chain’s co-op advertising fund following the indictment last week of a former executive of brand parent Dunkin’ 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 Dunkin’ Donuts franchise owners in the United States, said the arrest of Carolyn Kravetz ...
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