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|Domino's Owners Win Prestigious National Award at Annual Meeting|
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - June 4, 2003 – Out of Domino's more than 1,400 store owners, 14 Domino's Pizza franchisees were awarded the prestigious Domino's Pizza Gold Franny Award for operational excellence at the company's Worldwide Rally in Las Vegas.
Highly coveted among Domino's Pizza franchisees, the award is given to storeowners who rank in the top one percent on several measurements. Criteria includes sales performance, product quality and operational audit scores, community involvement, store safety and security levels, and store crew morale.
The Award winners were:
The International Franchise Association established the Franny Awards more than 20 years ago as a means for franchisers to honor franchisees for excellence. The Domino's Pizza Leadership Team selects recipients for the award on an individual basis.
"A Franny Award is one of the highest honors that Domino's bestows upon a franchisee for operational excellence," said Patrick Knotts, executive vice president, Flawless Execution, Domino's Pizza. "The tireless efforts from these top franchisees produced solid results for Domino's Pizza in 2002, and they are an inspiration to their peers."
Founded in 1960, Domino's Pizza operates a network of 7,253 Company-owned and franchised stores in the United States and more than 50 countries. Domino's is the recognized leader in pizza delivery with worldwide sales approaching $4 billion in 2002. Domino's Pizza is committed to leading the industry in product quality and operational excellence. Domino's Pizza was named the 2003 Chain of the Year by Pizza Today magazine, the leading publication in the pizza industry.