Archive for March, 2011


March 31st, 2011

Pizza delivery experts win two awards in Experian Hitwise UK Top 10

Domino’s Pizza, the pizza delivery expert, has scooped two prestigious online awards in the latest Experian Hitwise UK Top 10 programme. The awards recognise the country’s leading websites.

Domino’s website – – has been polled as the top site in both the brands and manufacturing and restaurants and catering categories for the food and beverage sector. The pizza delivery expert beat off stiff competition from other top national companies and well known household names to win two awards for 2010.

The annual Experian Hitwise UK Top 10 Awards recognise excellence in online performance through public popularity. Results are based on the internet usage of more than eight million UK internet users across over 160 industry categories. The winners are those who receive the greatest market share of visits throughout 2010. Domino’s received the two awards based on the market share of visits achieved from January to December 2010.

Chris Moore, chief executive of Domino’s Pizza, said: “We launched our ordering website 10 years ago and we’re always looking for innovative ways to continue driving our online traffic. Online orders account for an increasingly large proportion of our business and we work hard to ensure our website allows pizza lovers to order quickly and easily. To win one award is a fantastic achievement, but to scoop two really is the icing on the cake – or the pepperoni on our pizza!”

To visit Domino’s award-winning website and to order a pizza, log on to For more information on the awards, visit


Lincoln 10K this Sunday!

March 30th, 2011

The 15th Annual ‘Active Nation’ Lincoln 10K Road Race is on Sunday 3rd April 2011

Thanks to @EddieXdwardo!/eddiexdwardo on TWITTER suggesting all those taking part deserve a little reward after the race we’ve been putting our thinking caps on to come up with something.


Pop into any of our Lincoln stores on Sunday after the race and before we close at 11pm (hopefully you’ll all have finished by then) and Spend £10 or more and receive a FREE garlic pizza bread OR a portion of potato wedges OR if you have a sweet tooth (I do), Spend £10 or more and receive a FREE chocolate melt OR waffles

To claim your £10K reward from us, all you have to do is pop into any of our Lincoln stores and show us your Medal for this years race when placing your order and tell us which FREE item you’d like…. Obviously if you all have a sweet tooth we may run out of some of the menu items so pop in earlier if you want to be guaranteed your first choice (my favourite is the chocolate melt).

Hope you all have fun and maybe even break some time records for the 10K?

As per usual terms and conditions apply and this offer is subject to change. The offer is only available when collecting from our Lincoln stores. Offer is only valid on Sunday 3rd April 2011.

This offer and Domino’s Pizza are not associated with the Lincoln 10K and this offer is not endorsed by them. Details of our stores can be found info on the Lincoln 10K can be found at



March 8th, 2011

Domino’s, the local pizza delivery expert, has made ordering a pizza online even quicker and easier by linking up with PayPal.

Following customer feedback, Domino’s has today [March 7, 2011], launched PayPal as its newest payment method for pizza. Customers in the UK simply need to log in to their PayPal account once they’ve placed their pizza order, enabling them to pay just by entering their email address and password.

PayPal is free to use on all Domino’s orders and is a great way for people to buy pizza for friends and family too  – perfect if you’ve mouths to feed who are away at university or even if you just fancy treating someone to dinner.

Simon Wallis, sales and marketing director for Domino’s, said: “Online orders account for an increasingly large proportion of our sales and as part of this, we are continually looking for ways to improve the process and make it even more user-friendly. Our customers and Facebook fans told us they wanted an easier way to pay – we listened to them and we’re now pleased to introduce PayPal, which is fast, safe and secure. It’s great to be able to offer our customers the option of using PayPal to pay for pizza in just a couple of clicks!”

Cameron McLean, general manager, merchant services at PayPal, said: “We welcome Domino’s on board as our latest high street partner and one of the first pizza delivery companies to join us. This innovative partnership is a natural step for both companies, given Domino’s phenomenal growth in online orders and PayPal’s extensive experience with large retailers.”

Domino’s link up with PayPal will be communicated to pizza lovers and PayPal users through a range of digital platforms including social media, email and online advertisements.

Grab a slice of the action – order and pay online at in just a matter of clicks.


It’s Match Day!

March 4th, 2011

Our Lincoln stores have close links to The Imps and our High Street store works closely with the club and provides our Original Fresh Dough Pizzas to the club for various occasions…

We’ve always had specific Imps Fan offers and discounts, including £1 Off any large pizza on a Monday, for each goal scored by The Imps on a Saturday.. strangely, this is more popular when they score a few goals than when they score just one?

Starting this weekend we’re now offering a Pre-Match offer (and post-match if you’re quick)….. Any Medium Pizza from our High Street store for ONLY £5.99*

Ideal for sharing pre-match…. what’s your favourite Domino’s Pizza?

*Offer valid on Saturday Lincoln City home games, and valid for collection only until 5pm.



March 2nd, 2011

ESPN Free Weekend, courtesy of the pizza delivery experts, gives sports fans a taste of the action from Barclays Premier League, Aviva Premiership, WRC, Serie A, NBA Basketball in London, American Sport and more

Domino’s, the local pizza delivery expert, is teaming up with ESPN in an exclusive deal to bring a free weekend of sport into homes across the country on ESPN and ESPN America.

From 6 a.m. on March 4, 2011 to 6 a.m. on March 7, ESPN’s Free Weekend will give fans a taste of the action courtesy of Domino’s Pizza. Fans will be able to watch a weekend of sport across both ESPN and ESPN America, including the live Manchester City v Wigan Athletic Premiership match, without subscription. The weekend’s sporting schedule will also feature a host of other sports including NBA Basketball (live from the O2 in London), Aviva Premiership Rugby, World Rally Championship live from Mexico, American sports action (including NHL hockey and College Basketball) and more – all courtesy of Domino’s.

The collaboration will also see Domino’s featured in TV and press ads, radio (including TalkSport) and across ESPN’s digital properties.

Simon Wallis, sales and marketing director for Domino’s, said: “Everyone knows sport and pizza are the perfect combination and we’re very pleased to be able to deliver fantastic Premiership action and other key sports during our Free Weekend on ESPN. We’re always looking for innovative new ways to reach people in their homes and by giving them a weekend of top free sport on ESPN, there’s never been a better reason to get a Domino’s pizza delivered and not miss a moment of the action.”

Alan Fagan, group director of advertising sales and sponsorship ESPN – Europe, Middle East and Africa, said: “This is an example of a great fit between two brands, promoting two great products that sports fans love. The breadth of the sporting events available to fans includes top-flight football, rugby, motorsports and basketball. It’s the perfect weekend for sport lovers to sit down with family and friends to watch, eat and enjoy.”

Grab a free taste of the action on ESPN, courtesy of Domino’s.  Complete the perfect weekend in with a pizza – order online at

ESPN Free Weekend, courtesy of Domino’s Pizza, includes ESPN and ESPN America in the UK and Ireland. It is available to all Sky, Virgin Media and TalkTalk viewers in the UK and to all UPC and Sky viewers in the Republic of Ireland.


Open 11am ’til 11pm, 7-Days a Week

March 1st, 2011

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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March 1st, 2011

Domino’s Pizza, the number one pizza delivery company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Kerri Hayman, as its new Operations Director.  Kerri begins this new role with immediate effect.

Kerri succeeds Patricia Thomas who has been with the company for five years.  Patricia is moving back to her native USA where she will undertake a new role for Domino’s UK & Ireland, as Executive Vice President for Special Projects.   This role will see Patricia liaise between here and the USA to ensure best practices are shared and implemented.

Kerri has a vast amount of experience within Domino’s Pizza as she joins the UK franchise from Domino’s Pizza Enterprises in Australia (DPE).  Kerri joined DPE in 1988 and has seen the company progress on a national and international basis since then.  Kerri comes with a wealth of knowledge, experience and ideas from the high volume stores of the Australian market and will be taking those practices into the UK and Irish markets.

During her tenure at DPE her achievements have included International Supervisor of the Year, State Manager of the Year and Queensland Women in Business – Businesswomen of the Year finalist, as well as numerous sales and service awards.  Kerri is very focused about each store getting involved with its local community.  In 2006, when cyclone Larry hit Australia, Kerri launched a plan of action to help support all those affected, by instructing the stores to feed free pizza to the homeless and the volunteers that helped at the scene.  Delivering more into the local community is actively encouraged throughout the Domino’s system and Kerri is a proud advocate of this philosophy.

Chris Moore, Domino’s Chief Executive, said: “I am delighted to wish Kerri all the best as she takes over as operations director for Domino’s Pizza UK & Ireland.  Kerri strives for operational excellence and her many accomplishments in providing consistent service, high standards and store profits are admirable.  Kerri’s brings with her an abundance of passion and energy for Domino’s and she is a ‘hands-on’ operator who likes to play an active part in the development and engagement of her team.  We are very excited to see the results she will bring and the ideas she has to put forward.   Her experience and knowledge of the business will be invaluable to us and I can’t think of anyone better to replace Patricia Thomas.”

Kerri joined Domino’s UK & Ireland as Deputy Operations Director a few months ago and has been familiarising herself with the UK and Irish operations as well as with her new team, the franchisees and the stores.

Kerri Hayman said: “I am thrilled to be appointed as Operations Director for Domino’s Pizza UK & Ireland.  This year I will celebrate 23 years with Domino’s and I am very excited to be a part of the largest Domino’s market outside of the USA.  I am surrounded by a great team and I am excited about the future growth of the company and the part I can play in it.  My passion lies with the franchisees and their stores and I am looking forward to taking over from Patricia and following in her steps to continue the great work that she has done with Domino’s Pizza operations.”

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