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Tim Hortons invades New York City

A former Dunkin' Donuts franchise owner has quarreled with the Dunkin' Donuts organization which no longer wants his business.  As a result, he is turning his 13 New York City properties into Tim Hortons outlets.  The Canadian coffee, donut, and lunch shops are unfamiliar in New York City, and competition is fierce there, so observers are doubtful about success.   For more, see here.

Posted by David Fahey on July 11, 2009 at 07:47 AM in Canada, Coffee, Drinking Spaces, United States | Permalink