Domino’s is a 60-year-old brand that loves pizza and the people who love pizza. That includes the millions of customers worldwide who order our food, served by thousands of pizza-loving corporate and franchise team members and hundreds of franchisees with “pizza sauce in their veins,” who are all focused on delivering the joy of pizza each and every day. Day-to-day stewardship of the brand is focused on making sure we’re doing the right thing for all those customers, employees and franchisees who love everything pizza.
To Domino’s, brand stewardship means focusing on what matters, the core values that remain consistent in a world that is constantly changing, where companies are ever evolving. What matters to Domino’s is embracing our communities, providing opportunity, finding inspired solutions and a commitment to transparency, which we call uncommon honesty. As a work-in-progress brand that is constantly evolving, we will continue to work towards getting better every day.
Domino’s is determined to be a good neighbor in the communities we are proud to serve, through raising funds and awareness for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, making contributions to the future of agriculture, supporting organizations focused on social justice and feeding people in their time of need. Stores take pride in being responsible and involved members of their respective communities and regularly donate to local food banks and sponsor everything from local community events to civic groups, as well as programs for kids and families, school fundraisers and youth sports teams.
Packaging & Recycling
Domino’s is dedicated to delivering a difference by focusing on responsible packaging, as well as increasing the quality of and access to recycling.
The team at Domino’s continually looks at our products and their ingredients to make sure that we are consistently offering the best products we can to customers and to our own families. Over 99% of the products we purchase for the U.S. market are sourced in the United States, including all our meat, sauce, flour and cheese.
Opportunity is embedded within Domino’s, a company built on innovative solutions and entrepreneurship. More than 95 percent of our franchisees started their careers delivering pizzas or in other in-store positions. This is evident in stories like Chad Vickers’ (right), a three-store franchisee in Chicago, who started working at a Domino’s store in college.