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The VP of Store Development for Dunkin' Brands will serve on Ferrandino & Son's board.

| March 19, 2014

FARMINGDALE, NY -- Jon Gaiman is a Retail Store Development Executive with over 30 years of experience in all areas of Development and General Management, having successfully created and executed store development strategies to enhance multiple global brand growth. He currently serves as vice president, store development for Dunkin’ Brands, responsible for new store development, asset management and renovations for Dunkin Donuts and combined Dunkin/Baskin Robbins locations for the entire United States. Gaiman previously served as vice president of store development for Starbucks Coffee Company, and was asset and real estate manager with McDonalds.

Owner, CEO and Chairman of the Board Peter Ferrandino refers to Gaiman’s addition as another example of selecting Best-in-Class talent for his growing company. “Jon brings a lifetime of real-world experience from the other side of the table. This vision into how our clients’ needs and goals impact and shape our opportunities will be mission-critical as we continue to develop and enhance some of our most core services.  He will be a resource that will be a real differentiator as we move forward.”

To learn more about Ferrandino & Son please call 866-571-4609 or visit www.ferrandinoandson.com.

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