Texas employee named Domino's Pizza Manager of the Year

July 30, 2013

Domino's Pizza has named Corey McKanna as its U.S. Manager of the Year. McKanna was recognized with the title at a recent Domino's awards ceremony.

McKanna began as a customer service representative when he was 16 years old at Lewisville, Texas' Domino's and has worked his way up to manager.

McKanna was selected from nearly 5,000 store managers across the U.S. He works for Domino's Pizza franchise owner Robert Gavitt.

McKanna said his goal is to become a Domino's franchise owner in the next two years.

"Corey is an unbelievable store operator who has proven time and again an outstanding commitment to making his customers happy," said Scott Hinshaw, Domino's Pizza executive vice president of franchise operations. "We are fortunate to have such a positive leader who places so much value in his customers and team members. This is a great testimony to Corey, his team and work ethic and I can't congratulate him enough."

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