Havertown Dunkin’ Unveils Jason Kelce Mural Outside Store

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Eagles cheerleaders and Swoop were on hand for the unveiling of a Jason Kelce mural outside the West Chester Pike Dunkin in Havertown.
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Eagles cheerleaders and Swoop were on hand for the unveiling of a Jason Kelce mural outside the West Chester Pike Dunkin in Havertown.

For those hoping to catch a glimpse of Jason Kelce somewhere around Havertown, now they can, by visiting the local Dunkin’ Donuts.

The Havertown Dunkin Donuts on West Chester Pike unveiled a new Jason Kelce mural Monday. The unveiling included a $13,000 donation from Dunkin’ to Kelce’s (Be) Philly Foundation, writes Gabriela Carroll for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

(Be)Philly Foundation supports students in Philadelphia public schools.

Kelce has raised more than $100,000 since his retirement for the (Be) Philly and Eagles Autism Foundations through independent donors and from businesses like Dunkin’ and Campbell’s.

The mural was presented in honor of his retirement after 13 seasons with the Eagles.

Dunkin’ commissioned the work with local muralist Jimmy McMenamin, known professionally as Glossblack.

The artist has done work for the 76ers, Eagles, and the Philadelphia Union, among others.

The mural features the colors of the Eagles and Dunkin, next to a black and white painting of Kelce.

Jason Kelce was not on hand for the unveiling but it was celebrated at the site by Swoop and the Eagles cheerleaders.

The mural can be seen outside the Dunkin’ store at 901 West Chester Pike.

Read more about the mural unveiling in The Philadelphia Inquirer.


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