ROSELLE, NJ - The Roselle community came out in full force on Saturday morning to officially welcome and participate in the Grand Opening of the new Dunkin Donuts in the downtown Chestnut Street location of Roselle.
Mayor Jamel C. Holley, Roselle Council members Christine Dansereau, Yves Aubourg, and Roy Locke, along with Union County Freeholder Sergio Granados, Roselle School Board President Bishop Reginald Atkins and his wife Cynthia Atkins, Dunkin Donuts Corporate Representatives Daniel Murphy and Tony Fulinello, members of the Roselle Police and Fire Departments, business owners and many residents of the borough participated in the ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the official opening.
A heartfelt speech by given by Nikita Arora, sister to Owner Vivak (Vik) Arora, while he and his parents, Veena and Sam watched on:
“First off, I'd like to thank everyone for coming out today. My family has worked very had to make this day wonderful and I'm glad that you all came to see it. My family has worked very hard since day one. I never thought from buying our first Dunkin Donuts we'd end up with four and continue to expand. I am so proud of everything they've done for my brother and I and we couldn't be any happier. My parents have had a long way running these Dunkin Donuts and now it's my brothers turn. Make them proud Vivak!.Once again thank you all for coming.”
Everyone joined in the celebration as the official ribbon was cut. The Arora family currently has another location in Roselle on the corner of Wood Avenue and Raritan Road.