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Dunkin' Donuts holds job fair for new Coralville store

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The new Dunkin' Donuts currently under construction in Coralville will host a job fair this weekend. The new Dunkin' Donuts currently under construction in Coralville will host a job fair this weekend.
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The new Dunkin' Donuts currently under construction in Coralville will host a job fair this weekend.

The fair will be from 2-7 p.m. Sunday, May 19, and Monday, May 20, at the Heartland Inn at 87 2nd St., Coralville. Walk-ins are welcome.

Andrea Farley, managing partner, says she is hoping to fill 60 crew member positions. She is also accepting resumes sent to andrea@eifoods.com.

The new restaurant, scheduled to open in late June, is located at 604 Second St. in Coralville. It is owned by Eastern Iowa Food Service, LLC, a subsidiary of Reif Oil Company, based in Burlington.

The company plans to open three new Dunkin' Donuts this year in eastern Iowa and a total of 12 new restaurants over the next six years.

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