This spring, our friends at Life is Good marked their 25th Anniversary by igniting a movement to share #SomethingGood and shift the cultural conversation away from the negative toward all that is good. We are excited to be joining the movement and are asking fans to “tell us something good” about themselves, others and what they’re seeing out in the world.
To share #SomethingGood, we are shining the spotlight on Amberlynn from Beverly, who chose to paint portraits of people she knew well, regulars at her Dunkin’ store in Beverly, Massachusetts. Check out the below Dunkin’ Doc video to see how Amberlynn’s art made an impact on those who inspired her.
This is the second video in a new online video series called Dunkin’ Docs. Each film focuses on a story of how Dunkin’ has uniquely impacted people’s lives, and has come to serve not just delicious coffee and food, but so much more.
Here at Dunkin’ we believe that positivity is in demand, and that is why each Dunkin’ Doc is created and designed to share and spread a little optimism. These aren’t just significant stories for Dunkin’ to tell as a brand, they are important stories for today. Stay tuned here on our blog for more Dunkin’ Docs.
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