International pizza chain, Domino’s has officially opened its latest new store on Station Road, Bovey Tracey, welcoming 20 new jobs to the area.
The store is open seven days a week from 11am – 11pm.
The new Bovey Tracey branch is a venture for franchise partner Ajinder Kapoor, who is enrolled on the Domino’s Homegrown Heroes programme. The programme offers current and former Domino’s employees the opportunity to own a Domino’s store and become part of its franchisee system.
Ajinder started his career with Domino’s in 2000 at its Bracknell store as a delivery driver, before being promoted through the ranks, going on to manage multiple stores across the UK. After leaving Domino’s in 2006, Ajinder spent his time establishing himself as a successful entrprenuer, owning several other food outlets across the hospitality industry. He is extremely excited to now take on his first Domino’s store and fulfil his lifelong dream.
Ajinder Kapoor, Franchisee Partner of Domino’s Bovey Tracey store said: 'It has been an extremely proud moment for me opening my first store with Domino’s. I have dreamt of this day for a long time – a huge thank you to everyone who has supported me along the way, especially my family.
'We are very thankful to the kind support from the Bovey Tracey community and look forward to supporting them wherever we can. We have already recruited some fantastic members of the community and are still on the lookout for delivery drivers.'
More than 90% of Domino’s store managers and area managers started out as a delivery driver or a pizza maker. Anyone interested in earning some ‘dough’ while delivering pizza, then the Bovey Tracey store may have the perfect job for you - apply here.