Florey Domino’s celebrates 13th year of national pizza dominance

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THE gourmands of Belconnen have once again propelled the Florey Domino’s pizza shop to a staggering national sales win.

For 13 consecutive years now the franchise has recorded the highest national sales. In 2009 they scaled the olympian heights of the greatest number of sales from the 9,000 stores worldwide.

Don Meij, Domino’s Group CEO, said it was no surprise that David Hutchinson’s Belconnen store had come out on top for the 13th year running.

“David has made a valuable contribution to the Company over his 14 years at Domino’s and the high sales are a testament to the hard work of the team and the support from the local community,” Mr Meij said.

“He realises the significance of developing solid relationships with his customers and delivering consistently high quality pizza.

“Belconnen is one of our best stores and since David franchised it has gone from strength to strength, showcasing incredible operational standards!”

[Photo by Ben Sutherland, Attribution Licence]

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