Domino’s Pizza celebrated 25 years in business in the UK at the end of last month by giving away free pizza to loyal customers at the company’s landmark store in Luton.
The Domino’s Pizza store in Luton was the main site of the silver anniversary celebrations on September 24th as it was the first Domino’s outlet to open in the whole of the UK back in 1985.
To mark the occasion in true style, Domino’s Pizza in Luton treated locals to slices of free pizza and goody bags, and also every 25th customer received their order completely free of charge.
The Domino’s Pizza store in Luton also presented one local resident, Caroline Dickman, with a special award for being the outlet’s official longest serving customer as she’s been ordering pizzas from the Luton base ever since the store opened its doors 25 years ago.
Other Domino’s Pizza stores across the UK also got into the spirit of the celebrations by offering special discount codes, and also a one-off deal which offered customers the choice of any pizza, or any size, for just £9.99.
Domino’s Pizza was founded in the US back in 1960 and has since become one of the world’s leading home pizza delivery companies. The pizza giant continues to expand in the UK where there are currently 643 stores in business, with plans to open a further 20 outlets by the end of the year.