I came under fire this morning for suggesting that Massachusetts could use more Dunkin' locations. Pittsfield, Massachusetts in particular could use more of the coffee giant. We currently have six in our city of 42,000.
"Slater and Marjo In The Morning" are lucky enough to have the ear of thousands of listeners in the Berkshire market and there aren't enough Dunkin' locations...
Every state is has its own unique set of things that can only take place in their respective state, or local region, for that matter. It has now been almost a year and half that I've spent in The Berkshires and I've definitely picked up on some things in this particular region in western Massachusetts.
It's not often you see any sort of home in Massachusetts and think that is looks like it could be something an A-List celebrity in the Hollywood Hills owns. Typically, thanks to the surrounding geography and naturally historical structure of some of our amazing homes we have here, we don't really see houses that rival something looking like they should have been featured in an episode of MTV's 'Cribs'. However, that doesn't mean there aren't some very lavish spots throughout the Bay State. This one combines a little bit of all of that.
Hi. It's me. I'm the problem, it's me. Those are Taylor Swift lyrics but they apply to me in this little anecdote I'm about to share with you.
I suppose you've got to put yourself out there every once in awhile for the awareness and the common good...