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Roswell gathers at ‘alien uprising’


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Another ‘extraterrestrial’ sighting is toasted Saturday morning by Roswell Chamber of Commerce Redcoats, Roswell High School’s Charlie’s Angels dance team members, city leaders and Dunkin’-Baskin Robbins owners Murad Fazal and Amin Habib along with manager Sherry Hanson. They gathered around the 22-foot alien sign as part of the new restaurant’s day-long grand opening festivities.

Mayor Dennis Kintigh later served drive-through customers (see inset photo above), and the event included free coffee and treat samples, as well as chances to win free coffee or ice cream for a year. Charlie’s Angels also performed, as some of the dancers work at the restaurant. Owned by NMR LLC based in Illinois, the Dunkin’ franchise is a $1.5 million location that opened Dec. 19 and employs 48 people.