It’s a Brand New Dominos Pizza

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The Dominos located at 360 North Sandhill Blvd., once owned by Randy Snow, has been sold to two young business partners Jodi Garner and Doug Reed.

Garner and Reed are both 27 years old and if that doesn’t impress you enough, maybe the brand new attitude of the employees, the cleaner restaurant and the fact that this is Garner’s third Dominos will.

Business partners Jodi Garner, left, and Doug Reed have just purchased Dominos Pizza located at 360 N. Sandhill Blvd. Garner and Reed are preparing for their daily business demands by folding pizza boxes, one of the many tasks necessary to open the store at 10:30 a.m. Photo by Teri Nehrenz.

Business partners Jodi Garner, left, and Doug Reed have just purchased Dominos Pizza located at 360 N. Sandhill Blvd. Garner and Reed are preparing for their daily business demands by folding pizza boxes, one of the many tasks necessary to open the store at 10:30 a.m. Photo by Teri Nehrenz.

Garner started her career with Dominos as a Customer Service Representative in the fall of 2008. She worked her way up to General Manager and eventually bought into a partnership and owned her own franchise by July 2014.  Her two stores were in Rexburg, ID and Jackson, WY.

Reed began working for Garner in Rexburg after moving there from Kentucky where he began his career with Dominos. He was hired as an Assistant Manager and eventually became her General Manager.  The two worked together for four years and decided to embark on a partnership of their own.

Garner said, “We were both raised to work really hard.  If you wanted something you had to work hard and go out and get it.  That’s what we decided to do; show up for work every day and work super hard. If you do that luck will happen and you’ll end up being in the right place with the right opportunity. That’s what happened and here we are.”

Changes are being made internally but they have kept the entire crew saying that they already have the right people in place to make this a great store.

Part of the changes being made are due to the desires of the new owners to make this the best Dominos for cleanliness, speed and above all, customer service.  Some of the changes are because of new corporate standards and restructuring of the Dominos brand.

Both owners agree that they love being here and are eager to begin their lives in Mesquite with a solid business that provides top quality service and product to the community.  Reed and Garner said, “We and our crew are all working together day and night to make that happen.

Stop by and check out the store, meet and welcome the new owners, and you’ll see that it’s a brand new Dominos.

Comments

  1. Brandon Cox says:

    I’m glad Dominos is under new ownership and management. I always see the delivery drivers on the streets of Mesquite. Thank you, Teri, for your brave Facebook post last year on how disgusting and dirty the original owner ran that store. Good luck to Garner and Reed!

    • Fabian Montes says:

      This story trully inspires me as a Dominos “CSR” I too dream of a great career in a great company. With hard work hopefully i will be able to inspire others to acheive thier goals i will acomplish through Dominos.

  2. Maggie Calhoun says:

    Welcome to Business in Mesquite!! I am happy to read that you are both hard working, goal oriented young people. You are also the hope for Mesquite’s future. Go for it! I’ll be in to see you and will help you become successful as I can.

  3. Michelle withers says:

    Way to go Doug! Super happy for you. All your hard work paying off. So proud of you 😊

  4. Your Rexburg Idaho Store is full of Very Friendly Staff. Ciara is super Awesome!!!!

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