Those living and working in the Woodbridge area are able to get their doughnut and ice cream fix at one place.
A new Dunkin’ and Baskin-Robbins restaurant set up shop this month.
Standing at 13585 Minnieville Road, the 2,200 square-foot business held its grand opening on Tuesday afternoon.
During the ribbon cutting ceremony, a $2,000 check was presented to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington.
The Boys & Girls Club has a special place in the heart of Owner Jerome R. Johnson, who graduated from Gar-Field High School in 2000 and serves on the Prince William County Boys & Girls Club Board.
“Now that we’re back in the community, our goal is to continue to serve and make the community better, and [by] giving to the Boys and Girls Club we’re able to do just that,” Johnson told What’s Up Prince William.
There are three clubs in Prince William County – the Hylton Boys & Girls Club in Dale City, the General Heiser Boys & Girls Club in Dumfries, and the Martin K. Alloy Boys & Girls Club of Manassas.
When accepting the check, Prince William County Boys & Girls Club Board President Bobby Long thanked the Johnson family and Dunkin’ franchisees.
“They’re all about giving back and … partnering where they’re from, and that’s what this is all about,” Long explained at the ribbon cutting ceremony.
The new Dunkin’ and Baskin-Robbins gave a check to The Future Kings, as well.