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Long Sutton's Domino's store is officially opened and creates 25 new jobs



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A pizza company officially opened its new store in Long Sutton.

Domino's has created 25 new jobs by transforming the former TSB bank in West Street.

The new store will be run by first time franchisee Kieran Ali who has been enrolled on the Domino’s franchisee development initiative - Homegrown Heroes for the past 18 months. This programme which helps experienced operators, like Kieran, develop their skills to own and operate their very own Domino’s store.

Kieran Ali outside his store
Kieran Ali outside his store

Kieran has been busy building relationships in the community and will be serving up a charity deal for Long Sutton’s opening week – any size collection pizza for £6.99, with £1 from every order placed going to local charity, Long Sutton Food Larder until Sunday (July 31).

Kieran said: “It's been a dream to run my own Domino’s store, so it’s my absolute pleasure to open Long Sutton today and deliver piping hot pizza to the locals across the town.

"I’m proud to be supporting this community by partnering with local charity, Long Sutton Food Larder. Any money raised from the charity deal this week will go towards ensuring the food bank can provide a meal for every local person who is in need.

The Long Sutton team celebrate the grand opening
The Long Sutton team celebrate the grand opening

" I’m also delighted to be a new sponsor for local football team Tydd FC and wish them the best of luck for their upcoming season.”

The new Long Sutton store
The new Long Sutton store

The store will be open daily from 11am - 11pm, 7 days a week.



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