Dunkin' Donuts CEO Supports $15 Per Day Minimum Wage

CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS (The Nil Admirari) - Dunkin' Brands Group, Inc. CEO Nigel Travis announced today his company supports a $15 per day minimum wage. Travis declared the move was in response to the labor movement seeking a $15 minimum wage.

"Our company has heard the concerns of workers loud and clear. They think they are worth a minimum wage of $15, and so do we," stated Travis.

The new Dunkin' Brands logo in support of a $15 per day minimum wage.

Travis added, "A $15 per day minimum wage is good for our hard working employees, and the growth of the economy and our company"

An unidentified member of the press asked Travis when the new minimum wage will begin at Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins.

"It already has," replied Travis.


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