Domino’s Pizza to open two new outlets as sales rise
The company said that over the next few years it could open up to 25 further stores
Domino’s Pizza is to open its first new outlets in Ireland since the recession as the company’s sales hit a record high last year.
The company disclosed in an analyst briefing last week that two outlets will open in Ireland this year.
The company said that over the next few years it could open up to 25 further stores. London-based Domino’s has 47 outlets across Ireland.
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