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Tomorrow: Dunkin Donuts Casting Hispanic Fans For Commercial, Launches Today Donut

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If you love Dunkin Donuts more than a cafe con leche from the local bodega, then you really need to come out to the Dunkin Donuts casting call tomorrow.

Dunkin Donuts is conducting a search for the ultimate "hispanic

Dunkin' Donuts coffee fan to appear in one of the brand's Hispanic

television advertisements."

The casting is being conducted by Dunkin Donuts South Florida, a local, independent franchise group based in south Florida. The Spanish-language commercial will be filmed sometime next month.

The casting will be held Thursday, January 12th at Dunkin Donuts

Kendall, 12930 SW 120th Street, Miami from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. For updates

(or additional locations), follow Dunkin Donuts Miami on Twitter.

While you're there, check out the new Today donut,

which celebrates the 60th anniversary of The Today Show. The donut is a

yeast donut with vanilla icing and yellow, red, and orange sprinkles.

The Today donut is available now through Sunday, January 15.

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