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05-August-2022

Domino's welcomes newest franchisee via Homegrown Heroes programme

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Domino’s has welcomed their newest franchisee Kieran Ali.  Kieran opened his new store yesterday in Long Sutton welcoming 25 new team members with him!

Kieran first worked for Domino’s back in 2013 as part of the Operations department. After a short break to retrain and set up his own business, he is back with us and now a franchisee after enrolling on our Homegrown Heroes programme.

Kieran has come through Domino’s Homegrown Heroes programme.  This exciting programme offers current and former Domino’s team members the opportunity to own a Domino’s store and become part of the franchisee system.

You’ll learn all the required skills to own, operate and run a Domino’s store and we’ll serve up hands-on support to ensure the process is a success - from initial onboarding all the way through to the store opening and beyond.

This week Kieran is supporting local food bank the Long Sutton Food Larder with an opening charity meal deal - £1 from every 6.99 collection pizza donated to the charity.

If you have Domino’s brand experience and think you have what it takes to be the next Domino’s franchisee, contact us today

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