Domino’s Pizza: dishing out ­generosity for the last 15 years

By Gordon Lambie

The kitchen crew of Domino’s Pizza’s 1105 Belvedere South location in Sherbrooke was hard at work on Tuesday preparing small pizzas to give away for free to the first 1,000 people who showed up asking for one. Although generosity has a history of being on the menu at the local franchise, this giveaway was inspired by the fact that the business has been in operation for the last 15 years.“I don’t even know how many pizzas we’ve made,” said Corey Morin, franchisee for the Sherbrooke Domino’s restaurants, explaining that at this point the business sells between 5,000 and 6,000 pizzas per week, which works out to more than 260,000 pizzas per year. “That’s excluding today,” he added with a chuckle. Under Morin’s direction, the local pizza place has become synonymous with charitable causes. Seated alongside his niece and the business’ ­Supervisor/Trainer, Amanda Boersen, Morin reflected on years of giving back to the community in various ways. See full story in the Wednesday, Sept. 18 edition of The Record.

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