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ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Domino's Pizza is picking up a coveted national award among pizza restaurant chains.
The 43-year-old chain, which has more than 7,200 locations throughout the world, will receive the 2003 Chain of the Year award from Pizza Today magazine March 27. A Domino's release said the recognition is a result of outstanding sales results, strong leadership, innovative product introductions, brand strength and high customer satisfaction scores.
Domino's chairman and CEO David Brandon said it was a great honor to receive the award, and credited franchisees, store managers and team members for their efforts. In 2002, the chain's worldwide sales topped $4 billion.
Last year, Texas-based Cici's Pizza won the award.
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