The 50th Dominos Pizza outlet in the Republic of Ireland has opened in Ringsend of Dublin.
As reported by The Irish Times, Domino’s chief executive David Wild expressed his excitement about the new venue's opening, stating, "We’re delighted to have opened our 50th store, and it couldn’t be more fitting it’s in Dublin, where the country’s first Domino’s store opened in 1991. I would like to thank our world class franchisees and team members for the role they’ve played in reaching this milestone and our ongoing success."
Domino's currently employs over 1,250 people in the Republic and expects to increase that number by 625 as part of an expansion plan that will bring the total number of Domino's outlets in the Republic of Ireland to 75.
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