Domino’s Pizza is a pizza delivery and take-out restaurant chain headquartered in Ann Arbor Charter Township, Michigan in the United States. The company was founded as a one-store operation in 1960 by brothers Tom and James Monaghan when they purchased a pizza store named DomiNick’s located in Ypsilanti, Michigan. In 1965, the company was renamed Domino’s Pizza. The previously privately held company went public in 2004 and is now traded on the New York Stock Exchange. As well as pizza, the chain offers a range of other dishes including pasta, oven-baked sandwiches, fried chicken, side dishes and desserts.
Almost half of Domino’s Pizza stores are located in the United States where consumers spend around 25 billion U.S. dollars each year on pizza delivery and take out. Monthly visitors to the chain have been increasing for at least five years, reaching 21 million in the spring of 2016. Domino’s Pizza is among America’s favorite pizza chains, although it ranked below well known chains such as Papa John's and Pizza Ranch, the company managed to have a slightly higher loyalty score than its closest competitor Pizza Hut.
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