Domino’s Pizza Corporate Office

Domino's Pizza Corporate Office Address

Domino's Pizza, Inc.
30 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr
Ann Arbor, MI 48105

Contact Domino's Pizza

Phone Number: (734) 930-3030
Fax Number: (734) 930-4346
Website: http://www.dominos.com
Email: Email Domino's Pizza

Executives

CEO: J. Patrick Doyle
CFO: Michael T. Lawton
COO: Scott Hinshaw

Domino's Pizza History

Domino’s Pizza began when Tom and James Monaghan bought DomiNick’s Pizza in Ypsilanti, Michigan.  In 1965, the company name was changed to Domino’s Pizza.

In 1967, the first franchise location was opened.

By 1978, there were 200 locations.

In 1983, the company expanded to Canada with a store in Winnipeg.  The 1000th store also opened this year.

In 1985, the first UK location opened in Luton.  A location also opened in Tokyo this same year.

In 1998, Tom Monaghan retired and sold 93% of Domino’s to Bain Capital.

In 2004, the company went public.

In 2006, the 5000th US location was opened in Huntley, Illinois.

In 2012, the company dropped the word “Pizza” from it’s name to enhance its other food offerings.

Today, there are more than 10,000 Domino’s location in over 70 countries.  Domino’s is the 2nd largest Pizza chain in the US.

 

 

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Jason Bradshaw February 22, 2015 at 5:28 am

Me and my family live in Creedmoor NC last night we called our local domino’s pizza to place a large order and we were met with the rudest person we ever talk to so we will not be ordering from there ever again it’s sad that people forgot what customer service is

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kim February 18, 2015 at 10:21 pm

I really hope some one from corporate see’s this. I’ve been dealing with the same domino’s for years, located on New Garden Rd in Greensboro NC. My family and I order from there once a week. Everyone loves pizza night. I have to say they are the nicest people there. I usually get the same driver, I believe her name is Marisa, always very polite and always speaks to my kids you guys need more drivers like this. I have delt with John and I believe Kristen again you need more people like this. Both very perfessional. My pizza is always on time and aways right. I did have one time where they forgot to add bacon. I called them up and right away a new pizza was being made. My kids said to me tonight as we got our pizza, mom they sure are nice you should let them know so they can get a surprise. My children made me realize that every now and then you need to show your appreciation. Our delivery girl came out in the ice and snow still with a smile on her face. Please pass this on to corporate and also to that store let them know they are doing a fantastic job.

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Christie February 16, 2015 at 11:43 pm

My name is Christie and I had order 2 pizzas from Domino’s in Austin Texas on oltorf I placed my order at 9:11 and is now 10:35 and still im yet to see a pizza this is bad business they did refund me but I will not order from here again very very dissatisfied.

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Christie February 16, 2015 at 11:53 pm

yall act like you really care about all customers in the commercials but in reality u guys really don’t I should have went to pizza hut.

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Marvin treanor February 15, 2015 at 12:58 am

Second time I have waited hours for my delivery, when calling the store they blame the online ordering, but THREE hours to get a pizza. That is unacceptable, and the first time this happen. Both pizzas were cold. I sent a complaint, but got no response, do you really want feedback or is that just a front to make your customers feel you care, well I guess not since you don’t respond to complaints. This particular location is in need of some customer service skills. At this point they won’t get a third chance, unless I given some reassurance.

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Don Kwasny February 14, 2015 at 12:04 pm

What kind of an sleazy operation is your company running . Employees not paid ,bullied ,taken advantage of. I am referring to the recent article on CBC news where 2 young men are owed thousands in back wages and are being threatened by the owners of your franchise operation in British Columbia . You need to put in place safeguards that ensure that employees are paid and working conditions are up to standards . Your company standards leave much to be desired .

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maria pierlioni February 14, 2015 at 11:23 am

Why don’t y’all have a cancel button on your website I’ve been on hold with the location that I ordered from on line and they still haven’t answered I don’t want to waste food or y’all money but they never answers the phones

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