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4th Dutch Bros opens in Surprise area

Mayor among those at official ribbon cutting

Posted 11/7/23

Customers are lining up at a new Dutch Bros in Surprise.

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4th Dutch Bros opens in Surprise area

Mayor among those at official ribbon cutting

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Customers are lining up at a new Dutch Bros in Surprise at 15432 W. Greenway Road where a ribbon cutting officially opened up the store Nov. 1.

Loren Franklin, CEO of Dutch Bros West Valley, and Surprise Mayor Skip Hall were among those participating in the ribbon cutting.

Councilmember Aly Cline also joined the festivities.

The new location is the fourth in the Surprise area and the one closest to Valley Vista High School.