Domino’s sponsored my airfare, hotel, and food, but this article is all my opinions.
My Day At Headquarters:
When we got to the Domino’s Headquarters, we were greeted with such hospitality! The building is gorgeous and so huge, but the one thing I saw through out was how much Domino’s cares for their staff, and that customer service is their #1 priority. We were given a tour of the building, and I saw so many amazing things…let me show you!
There were random tables placed all around, but this one caught my eye:
Do you see all the different boxes that have been made, now I’m too young to remember the 1960-1980 boxes, but I sure do remember all the boxes after 1980! So cool, right? Guess what in 1960 Tom Monaghan and brother, James, purchase “DomiNick’s,” a pizza store in Ypsilanti, Mich. Monaghan borrowed $500 to buy the store. So Domino’s was started for $500. Wish it was that easy nowadays!
Let’s take a look at the different delivery cars and how far they have become. Here is the VW Bug from way back when.
Then we have the MODERN DAY Delivery Car: Domino’s DXP™ (Delivery Expert)
Pizza Making Skills:
Domino’s History Highlights:
- 1967: The first Domino’s Pizza franchise store opens in Ypsilanti, Mich
1985 Domino’s opens 954 units, for a total of 2,841, making Domino’s the fastest-growing pizza company in the country
1992 Domino’s rolls out breadsticks, the company’s first national non-pizza menu item.
1996 Domino’s launches its website (www.dominos.com)
2000 Domino’s Pizza opens its 2,000th store outside the United States
2008 Domino’s launches a food delivery industry first: Domino’s. Tracker™
- 2015 Domino’s celebrates its 55th anniversary in December