According to arecent survey of restaurant customers in the United States, when it comes to identifying what drives loyalty for restaurants, the most commonly cited factors in determining which pizza-takeout restaurant is patronized most often are good value (53 percent), convenient locations (44 percent), low prices (44 percent), good discounts/promotions (42 percent), and fast service (41 percent).
Domino’s Pizza is joining the country in celebration of Valentine’s Day by offering a special gift to all customers and fans whose name is a variation of Love.
Now more than ever, quick-service executives are opening their eyes to the wealth of opportunity that lies beyond U.S. borders, realizing that abroad is where the growth is—and for good reason.
“Domestic is one country; international is every other country,” says Bob Kaufman, vice president of business development for Southern California–based The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf (CBTL).
“Of course international is huge, because of the sheer number of people and markets and opportunities.”
Thinking about trying something new for 2013? Domino's Pizza, the recognized world leader in pizza delivery, is asking customers to think outside the pizza box, and in return is offering to face its fears in a TV campaign beginning today.
Order a value deal online, and make dollars in the process? Just another day for Domino's Pizza, which wants to kick off 2013 by making it a very happy new year for fans and customers.
Customers who order the fan-favorite—two medium two-topping pizzas for $5.99 each value offer—via digital ordering, including online, mobile browser and phone apps, will receive $5 in Domino’s Dollars to be used toward their next online order within 10 days of receipt. The Domino’s Dollars will arrive via e-mail promo code, an unprecedented method new to Domino’s.
On December 6, 2012, 52 countries will help celebrate the second annual Global Domino’s Day by offering 50 percent off menu-priced pizza via their Facebook pages. In 2011, 19 countries were part of Domino’s first-ever global event.
New Yorkers saw 200 workers on strike this week at the city’s largest fast food chains, as employees at dozens of McDonald's, Burger Kings, and Taco Bells held a one day strike to call for higher wages to support their families and the right to form a union without interference.
Domino's Pizza is coming upon one of its busiest seasons, and the recognized world leader in pizza delivery is the place to be for those looking to help take on the holiday pizza rush and rake in some holiday cash.
Starting November 21, Domino's is beginning a stretch of time that will feature three of its top five days of the year: Thanksgiving Eve, New Year's Eve, and New Year's Day. This time period will also feature Cyber Monday, a day that one year ago helped lead Domino's to the first 1-million-order week via online and mobile ordering in the company's history.
Domino's Pizza, the recognized world leader in pizza delivery, is gearing up to raise "dough" for the kids of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital during the hospital’s ninth annual Thanks and Giving campaign. Starting today, for the first time, Domino’s will offer a bundle to benefit St. Jude. The Domino's campaign begins November 12, and runs through January 1, 2013.
Domino’s Pizza is launching its new Spanish-language ordering app for smartphones, available immediately.
With this update to its current app, Domino's currently covers more than 80 percent of smartphones, and will now offer a language alternative for Hispanic consumers.
The app, and its Spanish-language update, joins an already strong mobile ordering lineup that features the English version for the Apple iPhone, Android phones, andAmazon’s Kindle Fire, along with a full-feature mobile ordering site.