Judy Owens, 52, stands behind the counter at her business, Cupcake Delights. “It’s not so much just taking business, it’s that I think it changes the landscape of the island when you start bringing franchises like that in,” Owens said earlier this year about plans to bring a Baskin Robbins-Dunkin Donuts to Holmes Beach.
Judy Owens, 52, stands behind the counter at her business, Cupcake Delights. “It’s not so much just taking business, it’s that I think it changes the landscape of the island when you start bringing franchises like that in,” Owens said earlier this year about plans to bring a Baskin Robbins-Dunkin Donuts to Holmes Beach. Amaris Castillo acastillo@bradenton.com
Judy Owens, 52, stands behind the counter at her business, Cupcake Delights. “It’s not so much just taking business, it’s that I think it changes the landscape of the island when you start bringing franchises like that in,” Owens said earlier this year about plans to bring a Baskin Robbins-Dunkin Donuts to Holmes Beach. Amaris Castillo acastillo@bradenton.com

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