Jan. 9, 2005
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Domino's Pizza announced it will match team member and franchisee contributions to support the American Red Cross in its efforts to provide assistance to victims of the recent tsunami disaster in the Indian Ocean.
According to a news release, Domino's Pizza will match up to the first $100,000 for all funds received from Domino's team members and franchisees through this fund drive, which continues through Feb. 4.
"The Domino's Pizza community has shown its commitment and concern for victims of natural disasters many times over the years, by providing monetary donations and, when possible, with food deliveries to shelters and rescue teams," said David A. Brandon, Domino's chairman and chief executive officer. "From the recent hurricanes here in the United States, to the tragic events of September 11, 2001, and several times before and since, Domino's Pizza team members and franchisees have come through."