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Lorraine Mirabella | January 15, 2013
Domino's Pizza is adding to its $5.99 value pizza deal with a new promotion, discounted non-pizza items. The nation's second largest pizza chain says it will now let customers substitute other items for $5.99, including Oven Baked Sandwiches, Penne Pastas, Stuffed Cheesy Bread or an eight-piece order of chicken, Nation's Restaurant News reported. January is the time of year when restaurant chains promote low-calorie options or special deals to appeal to consumers who've resolved to lose weight or save money in the new year, the trade journal says.
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Lorraine Mirabella | January 15, 2013
Domino's Pizza is adding to its $5.99 value pizza deal with a new promotion, discounted non-pizza items. The nation's second largest pizza chain says it will now let customers substitute other items for $5.99, including Oven Baked Sandwiches, Penne Pastas, Stuffed Cheesy Bread or an eight-piece order of chicken, Nation's Restaurant News reported. January is the time of year when restaurant chains promote low-calorie options or special deals to appeal to consumers who've resolved to lose weight or save money in the new year, the trade journal says.
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By KEVIN COWHERD | October 2, 2006
If you want to get big and fat in this country and grow to the size of the Goodyear blimp, there is no shortage of opportunities to do so. The latest comes courtesy of the folks at Domino's Pizza, who have come up with a new offer that makes some of their previous offers look like an order of celery sticks by comparison. The new offer is this: order a large pizza and Domino's will throw in a free order of 10 oven-baked brownies. Yes, brownies. Apparently, this is being offered on the theory that after someone polishes off, say, a thick, cheesy, pepperoni pizza and collapses on the couch in a stupor, the first thing he or she thinks is: Boy, it would be great to have some brownies right about now. Pizza and brownies - is that an artery-clogging doubleheader, or what?
EXPLORE
July 15, 2011
Police are investigating a July 11 armed robbery reported at Domino's Pizza. According to police, two men, one with a handgun, entered the Domino's restaurant in the 7700 block of Old Sandy Spring Road and announced a robbery. The men, dressed in black and wearing masks, obtained a small amount of money, police said, and then left in the direction of Old Sandy Spring Road. Police said the robbery was captured on video.
NEWS
March 24, 1994
A lone gunman robbed an Odenton discount store of an undetermined amount of money Tuesday, county police said yesterday.According to police, the man walked into the Dollar Mart store, located in the Odenton Shopping Center in the 1100 block of Annapolis Road, about 3 p.m. After all the customers had gone, the man walked up to the counter, threatened the clerk with a gun and demanded money.The clerk gave the man money from the cash drawer. The robber fled and was last seen entering a green car with District of Columbia license plates.
BUSINESS
January 12, 2010
For a pizza joint, it's a bold move to tell customers your crust tasted like cardboard and your sauce was like ketchup. But that's just what Domino's Pizza Inc. has been saying since last month in untraditional ads about the recipes it abandoned when it launched its reformulated pizza. The company's incoming CEO said the chain had no choice but to be honest about its old recipe pizza to win back customers. - Associated Press
NEWS
By MELISSA HARRIS and MELISSA HARRIS,SUN REPORTER | May 20, 2006
Howard County police charged three teenagers yesterday in the robbery of a 69-year-old Domino's pizza delivery man in an Ellicott City parking lot. The victim told police that two suspects, wearing ski masks and bandanas, approached him at gunpoint at about 11:45 p.m. Thursday in the 3200 block of Wheaton Way, stole cash from him and fled on foot. At 2 a.m. yesterday, Pfc. John Coonts stopped a 1995 Toyota Camry and found marijuana, a ski mask, a bandana, Domino's pizza boxes, money and a BB gun in the car. Hugh Merrill Scoggins, 18, of Treyburn Court in Ellicott City, and Corey Freeman, 17, of Columbia, were charged as adults.
BUSINESS
By Bloomberg Business News | May 4, 1993
Pizza Hut announced yesterday that because of the test-market success of its new Bigfoot pizza, it is adding 50,000 permanent part-time jobs at its restaurants.Pizza Hut, a subsidiary of Pepsico Inc., operates more than 7,000 American restaurants and delivery units and more than 2,000 outlets in 73 foreign countries."It's a gratifying feeling to be hiring this many new employees at a time when our economy needs a real boost," said Allan Huston, Pizza Hut's chairman and chief executive.The new jobs, which will include delivery driver, cashier, food server and dough master, will boost Pizza Hut's 235,000 systemwide employee base by 21 percent, a Pizza Hut spokesman said.
BUSINESS
January 12, 2010
Smaller, electric cars reign at Detroit auto show Electric, hybrid and small cars will grab center stage at the Detroit auto show this week, as the industry adapts to a world reshaped by recession and environmental worries. Ford wants to build on success in midsize sedans and reignite small-car sales, while Hyundai aims to extend last year's triumph in budget-conscious models. GM and Chrysler will start fresh with electric vehicles but also try to boost their small-car credibility.
EXPLORE
July 15, 2011
Police are investigating a July 11 armed robbery reported at Domino's Pizza. According to police, two men, one with a handgun, entered the Domino's restaurant in the 7700 block of Old Sandy Spring Road and announced a robbery. The men, dressed in black and wearing masks, obtained a small amount of money, police said, and then left in the direction of Old Sandy Spring Road. Police said the robbery was captured on video.
TRAVEL
June 13, 2010
Ocean City Coupon Book What's the deal? This family coupon book offers discounts for more than 100 retailers, restaurants and attractions in Ocean City. Included in the book are coupons for chain restaurants like Domino's Pizza (free large cheese pizza with purchase of another large pizza at regular price) as well as local eateries such as Ocean View Grill and BBQ (free pound of shrimp when you buy two adult entrees with drinks). There are also deals for activities such as miniature golf and biking.
BUSINESS
January 12, 2010
For a pizza joint, it's a bold move to tell customers your crust tasted like cardboard and your sauce was like ketchup. But that's just what Domino's Pizza Inc. has been saying since last month in untraditional ads about the recipes it abandoned when it launched its reformulated pizza. The company's incoming CEO said the chain had no choice but to be honest about its old recipe pizza to win back customers. - Associated Press
BUSINESS
January 12, 2010
Smaller, electric cars reign at Detroit auto show Electric, hybrid and small cars will grab center stage at the Detroit auto show this week, as the industry adapts to a world reshaped by recession and environmental worries. Ford wants to build on success in midsize sedans and reignite small-car sales, while Hyundai aims to extend last year's triumph in budget-conscious models. GM and Chrysler will start fresh with electric vehicles but also try to boost their small-car credibility.
FEATURES
By KEVIN COWHERD | October 2, 2006
If you want to get big and fat in this country and grow to the size of the Goodyear blimp, there is no shortage of opportunities to do so. The latest comes courtesy of the folks at Domino's Pizza, who have come up with a new offer that makes some of their previous offers look like an order of celery sticks by comparison. The new offer is this: order a large pizza and Domino's will throw in a free order of 10 oven-baked brownies. Yes, brownies. Apparently, this is being offered on the theory that after someone polishes off, say, a thick, cheesy, pepperoni pizza and collapses on the couch in a stupor, the first thing he or she thinks is: Boy, it would be great to have some brownies right about now. Pizza and brownies - is that an artery-clogging doubleheader, or what?
NEWS
By MELISSA HARRIS and MELISSA HARRIS,SUN REPORTER | May 20, 2006
Howard County police charged three teenagers yesterday in the robbery of a 69-year-old Domino's pizza delivery man in an Ellicott City parking lot. The victim told police that two suspects, wearing ski masks and bandanas, approached him at gunpoint at about 11:45 p.m. Thursday in the 3200 block of Wheaton Way, stole cash from him and fled on foot. At 2 a.m. yesterday, Pfc. John Coonts stopped a 1995 Toyota Camry and found marijuana, a ski mask, a bandana, Domino's pizza boxes, money and a BB gun in the car. Hugh Merrill Scoggins, 18, of Treyburn Court in Ellicott City, and Corey Freeman, 17, of Columbia, were charged as adults.
ENTERTAINMENT
By KAREN NITKIN and KAREN NITKIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 4, 2006
Here's to the classic neighborhood pizza joint, long may it live. Unfortunately, this garlicky and grand quick-and-dirty eating destination has become something of a dinosaur in these days of Pizza Hut, Domino's Pizza and other big chains. But a fine example exists in Catonsville, tucked into a corner of the Forty West shopping center on Rolling Road. By all rights, this place should be called Tony's Pizza, and, indeed, that's what the voice on the other end of the phone says when you call for a take-out order.
ENTERTAINMENT
By KAREN NITKIN and KAREN NITKIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 4, 2006
Here's to the classic neighborhood pizza joint, long may it live. Unfortunately, this garlicky and grand quick-and-dirty eating destination has become something of a dinosaur in these days of Pizza Hut, Domino's Pizza and other big chains. But a fine example exists in Catonsville, tucked into a corner of the Forty West shopping center on Rolling Road. By all rights, this place should be called Tony's Pizza, and, indeed, that's what the voice on the other end of the phone says when you call for a take-out order.
BUSINESS
By David Young and David Young,Chicago Tribune | August 5, 1991
Holy cow! It's Ho-Lee-Chow."It's the same concept as Domino's Pizza -- fresh quality [Chinese-style] food delivered to your door," said Amy B. Jones to one of the estimated 8,000 visitors at the recent International -- Franchise Association's show in the O'Hare Holiday Inn in Rosemont, Ill.HLC -- for Ho-Lee-Chow -- America Inc. was one of 75 exhibitors dispensing information to potential franchisees on everything from mobile Venetian blinds cleaning to...
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | February 15, 1998
MIAMI -- To get from the nearest Domino's Pizza franchise to the affluent seaside resort of Amelia Island Plantation, Fla., you have to pass through American Beach, a tiny enclave where all but four of the 75 residents are black.Yet residents of Amelia Island Plantation could get a Domino's pizza delivered at home, but James and Joyce Robinson and their American Beach neighbors had to go to a convenience store in town and wait for their delivery.Power Pizza Inc., which operates the Domino's franchise in nearby Fernandina Beach, believed that American Beach was not a safe area for home delivery.
NEWS
March 24, 1994
A lone gunman robbed an Odenton discount store of an undetermined amount of money Tuesday, county police said yesterday.According to police, the man walked into the Dollar Mart store, located in the Odenton Shopping Center in the 1100 block of Annapolis Road, about 3 p.m. After all the customers had gone, the man walked up to the counter, threatened the clerk with a gun and demanded money.The clerk gave the man money from the cash drawer. The robber fled and was last seen entering a green car with District of Columbia license plates.
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