LATHAM – Latham residents now have a newly renovated Dunkin’ to visit and purchase their favorite things to savor.
The remodeling of the Latham Dunkin’, located at 1003 Troy-Schenectady Road is complete. The newly renovated 2,500 square-foot store employing 12 crew members has a new restaurant design and includes more innovative technologies and elements including premium pours.
The Latham store has an open, approachable, positive, and energetic design. Visitors congratulated Franchise owner, Serouse Sharifipour of Niskayuna, for the renovations at the re-opening Friday, June 23. As a gratitude of thanks, Sharifipour treated visitors to free food and beverages by Dunkin’.
This is the second of three stores that Sharifipour renovated in his district. Sharifipour owns two other Dunkin’ locations on Route 9 on New Loudon Road. The final location in Latham-Colonie, according to Sharifipour, is to be completed by the end of 2023.
All the stores that Sharifipour owns are unique in their own way, he said. And it’s all due to being in the Town of Colonie.
“We love all the customers,” Sharifipour said. “I love Latham and Colonie”
The ribbon cutting ceremony to Sharifipour, went amazing. Sharifipour donated $3,000 to the Colonie Youth Center in conjunction with the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation in honor of the remodel. The restaurant also distributed coupons to thank first responders and staff at the nearby Verdoy Volunteer Fire Department.
Guests who attended the ceremony included Sharifipour, Dunkin’ Business Consultant Tom Juers and Dunkin’ mascot Cuppy, Colonie Town Supervisor Peter Crummey, Colonie Youth Center Community Relations Manager Donna Cramer-Sharer and Colonie Youth Center Executive Director Nikki Caruso.
In addition, past chiefs of the Verdoy Fire Department, Elliot Friedman and Rocky Stewart, along with lieutenant Brian Meservey and firefighter Austin DiCerbo were also present.