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Duck Donuts to open in Williamsburg VA

Duck Donuts, with four stores in  Duck, Corolla, Kill Devil Hills, and  Kitty Hawk North Carolina has announced plans to open stores in Williamsburg and VA Beach.

The Williamsburg store will be in the Monticello Marketplace Shoppes (former Starbucks location) and the Virginia Beach store location is still in the approval process.image

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