More information about Domino's Pizza
Do you fancy Dominos tonight? Do you ever not fancy Dominos?
Everybody loves pizza right? And most of us shop at Dominos, after all it’s the world’s biggest pizza chain with over 10,000 outlets in 70 countries across the world.
In 2012 the business was renamed as simply Dominos, and that’s no surprise as these days you can order pizza, but you can also order so much more.
How about a few dough balls for a starter? Or maybe just as a snack? You can get pepperoni dough balls, hot dogs and mustard dough balls, or hot dog with no mustard dough balls. It doesn’t even stop at savoury, just as now and then someone will make a sweet pizza, Dominos do a tasty line in sweet dough balls. Have you tried chocolate twisted yet?
Then there are the wraps, or Wrapzz as they’re called in the all American Italian store. Wrapzz are folded tortillas with a selection of fillings including the simple pepperoni passion, and the decadent meatball feast with bacon, pork meatballs, barbecue sauce and onions.
Strippers anyone? Try chicken strippers, chicken kickers, red hot wings and potato wedges, as sides, or as something to get the juices flowing.
The pizzas come in Personal, Small, Medium and Large sizes, with a whopping 10 slices in the large. There are every flavour you’d expect, but you’re also welcome to create your own, or even have a half and half which is particularly good when the family just can’t decide which to have.
And then when you just need a sweet to finish off a great filling meal there are the dough balls already mentioned or a choice of ice creams from Ben and Jerry’s.
Dominos encourages giving to its chosen charity, Rays of Sunshine, the organisation that does so much to bring to life the dreams of terminally ill children. You can round up your bill to the nearest pound and the extra will go to Rays of Sunshine. It’s a simple way to give.
The business was founded way back in 1960 by two brothers Tom and James Monaghan, but James soon swapped his half of the business for a used VW Beetle, while Tom led the business for nearly 40 years before selling up. The business now has over 145,000 employees and runs as both a corporate and franchise operation.