Archive for November, 2010

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November 29th, 2010

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November 22nd, 2010

Domino’s Pizza, the pizza delivery expert, has won a prestigious media industry award for its innovative online activity. The Campaign Media Awards recognise brilliant and inspiring creative media ideas that make a difference for brands.

Domino’s scooped the Best Retail and Home Shopping Campaign award for its Facebook Superfans initiative and Social Affiliate ‘widget’ which enables website owners to download the widget and receive payment for any pizza orders placed with Domino’s by clicking through it. Over 5,000 downloads of the widget have been made to date while Facebook Superfans helped to create nearly 32,000 followers in just four months.

Superfans and the Social Affiliate widget were developed in association with Domino’s long-standing digital agency, Arena Quantum.

Chris Moore, Chief Executive of Domino’s Pizza, said: “We love winning awards like this. We’ve always been known for leading the way when it comes to digital activity since we launched online ordering ten years ago and we want to make sure we keep it that way.  These new initiatives are just some of the fantastic ideas we’ve been working on with Arena Quantum and interactive orders continue to be a key driver of our business.  Here’s to Domino’s next ground-breaking innovation!”

Dan Clays, Managing Director of Arena Quantum, said: “Domino’s has built on its track record in digital marketing and inventively used social media to regularly talk and listen to customers in a way that has, most importantly, resulted in measurable business growth for their franchisees.  Social media has become a mainstay of Domino’s wider communications strategy and 2011 promises to be even more exciting.”

Celebrating 25 successful years in the UK, Domino’s Pizza currently has 643 stores in the UK and Republic of Ireland. For more details, log on to



November 16th, 2010

Pizza delivery experts scoop prestigious PAPA Award

Domino’s Pizza, the pizza delivery expert, has been crowned the country’s top pizza delivery chain by the Pizza, Pasta and Italian Food Association (PAPA). The prestigious PAPA awards recognise the industry’s leading takeaways, restaurants and suppliers.

The Pizza Delivery Chain of the Year award recognises operators who are successfully driving the delivery and takeaway sector. It is open to companies with more than five stores, and acknowledges the highest standards in overall operation, ranging from customer service and food quality to delivery to the customer and new product development. In addition, the award also seeks to find pizza delivery businesses that are positively driving the market.

Domino’s Pizza was presented the award, based on its continued impressive growth, ambitious future plans and relentless focus on the highest quality, fresh ingredients and best possible customer service.

Andy Hirst, head of franchise development at Domino’s, said: “We are delighted to have been crowned pizza delivery chain of the year. This is a fantastic achievement, which is made even more special as we’re celebrating our 25th anniversary this year. The current climate has created tough times for many in the industry, but we’ve always stuck to our guns and made sure we deliver not only the tastiest, highest quality pizzas to our customers but also great service too. This award is testament to the ongoing hard work and dedication of the entire Domino’s team.”

Celebrating 25 successful years in the UK, Domino’s Pizza currently has 643 stores in the UK and Republic of Ireland and plans to open 55 new stores annually. For more details on the pizza delivery chain of the year, log on to


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November 14th, 2010

Our Lincoln Central (409-410 High Street) delivers to:  All areas on or just off the High Street; Canwick Road and Bracebridge Area. The store also delivers to Bracebridge Heath; Brant Road; Waddington (incl. RAF Waddington); Branston; Heighington and Washingborough… The store also delivers to areas on or off Tritton Road from Dixon Street towards and including the University Campus. Call 01522 569988

Our Lincoln North store (Outer Circle Road) delivers to: All areas North of the City Centre, plus West Parade and Yarborough Road areas. The store also delivers to the outer villages of Nettleham; Cherry Willingham; North Greetwell; Reepham; Welton; Scothern; Dunholme; Sudbrooke; Burton Village.. Call 01522 519933

Our Lincoln South (off Tritton Road, nr Sainsburys) delivers to: Areas South of the City; North and South Hykeham; Birchwood; Swanpool; Doddington Park and Skellingthorpe. The store also delivers to areas on or off Tritton Road up to Dixon Street  Call 01522 693366

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November 3rd, 2010

Competition creates ‘music to eat pizza to’ with new Spotify playlist

Planning a party? Now, not only can you order Domino’s Pizza online <> , but via the Facebook page, your guests can also listen to the best musical duets ever!

Domino’s recently gave its Facebook fans the opportunity to vote for their favourite song duet in honour of the pizza delivery expert’s new delicious Basil Burst Double Decadence. The competition also gave fans the chance to win a Double Decadence pizza and 20 winners will be picked at random from those who voted.

With the top 15 now decided, the Spotify playlist of gruesome twosomes will be available for download from the Domino’s Pizza Facebook page – <>

The competition attracted 1,300 votes in two weeks and scooping the majority of votes, the fans chose Aerosmith and Run DMC’s classic 80s hit, Walk This Way for the top spot. Here’s the full top 15 from the Domino’s Spotify playlist:

1.      Aerosmith and Run DMC – Walk This Way

2.      David Bowie and Freddie Mercury – Under Pressure

3.      Eminem and Dido – Stan

4.      B.o.B and Hayley Williams – Airplanes

5.      3OH!3 and Katy Perry – Starstrukk

6.      Jay Z and Linkin Park – Numb

7.      Jay Z and Alicia Keys – Empire State of Mind

8.      Christina Aguilera and Redman – Dirrty

9.      John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John – You’re the One That I Want

10.   Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg – Still Dre

11.   Meat Loaf and Cher – Dead Ringer for Love

12.   George Michael and Elton John – Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me

13.   Salt ‘n’ Pepa – Push It

14.   Puff Daddy and Faith Evans – I’ll Be Missing You

15.   Rihanna and Jay Z – Umbrella

The Facebook fan’s favourite artist was clearly Jay Z with three of his collaborations making the top ten. Those who didn’t make the final cut included Katie Price and Peter Andre’s A Whole New World and another version of Under Pressure by the X-Factor stars Jedward in collaboration with Vanilla Ice.

Domino’s new Basil Burst Double Decadence pizza features a layer of flavoursome pesto sandwiched between two thin crust bases. The Basil Burst and Domino’s original Double Decadence are both available from Domino’s stores across the UK. Find out more at <>