All News News Posted September 18, 2019 By Marshall Area Economic Development Alliance and Chamber

MAEDA celebrates grand opening of Domino’s Pizza

Marshall Area Economic Development Alliance (MAEDA) congratulated Domino’s Pizza on their grand opening with a ribbon cutting presentation on September 12.

MAEDA staff, board members and Ambassadors celebrate the grand opening of Domino’s Pizza. Pictured from left, Velvet Potter, Southern Michigan Bank & Trust; Holly Irish, Beron’s Tree Service; Nick Fleming; Scott Faivor; Eric Arntson, Chief Viking Officer and Franchisee; Doug Thelen, Director of Operations; Amy Crisp, MAEDA; Jane Reid, MAEDA; Lisa Sands, State Farm; Abby Arntson, supervisor; Patty Williams, MAEDA Board; Margaret Taylor; Fredonia Grange; Jenny Modert, Chemical Bank; Jenna Hurd-Begg, VantagePointe Group; and Jack Reed, Chemical Bank.

Eric Arntson, franchisee and self-proclaimed Chief Viking Officer is proud to call Marshall home to his thirteenth Domino’s Pizza location. Arntson’s franchises have been ranked among the best with regards to product quality and service among over 800 franchises world-wide. “My restaurants pride ourselves on this honor, and hold ourselves to very high standards.  We are all about providing transparency and truth in all we do,” stated Arntson. “We designed an open kitchen so customers can see the pride we take in our entire process and cleanliness.”

Director of Operations, Doug Thelen, is proud to offer food that is made fresh for each customer and it is never pre-made. “We stand behind our product and give back to our customers with exciting offers and rewards programs.” Customers earn ten points for every purchase over $10 through the Piece of the Pie Rewards program and get a free medium, two-topping pizza with 60 points.

“Domino’s not only prepares quality food, but also offers state of the art technology,” added Thelen. The Domino’s Tracker keeps customers up to date on the status of each order from the moment it is prepared to the second it leaves the store for delivery. In addition, the GPS tracker allows customers to easily follow the progress for food delivery and delivery insurance ensures replacement of damaged orders.

“We are excited to be part of the community and grateful for the warm welcome and genuine support we have received,” exclaimed Arntson.

Visit Domino’s Pizza at 912 W. Michigan Ave. or place an order at 269-248-3700.