Domino's at Tweed Heads South is closed for renovations.
Domino's at Tweed Heads South is closed for renovations. Lee Constable

A better pizza experience is in the pan

NEVER fear pizza lovers, Domino's Tweed Heads South has not shut down for good, it's just undergoing extensive refurbishment.

The usually busy store has been closed for nearly two weeks for renovations, which is expected to include a seating area and pizza construction line at the front of the store.

A Domino's spokeswoman said the refurbishment was all about providing a better experience for customers

"Domino's new store design incorporates softer tones and wood panelling to provide a more welcoming but contemporary feel for customers," she said.

"Selected stores will also feature a seating area for customers and the pizza make line at the front of the store so customers can see their pizzas being made.

Domino's chief development and franchising officer Pat McMichael said the store refurbishment program was of significant importance to the company, with many older looking stores in need of an upgrade.

"Domino's has been in the Australian and New Zealand market for many years, but unfortunately we have some older stores which have become visually unappealing to customers," Chief Development and Franchising Officer Pat McMichael said

"Our store refurbishment program is about bringing older stores back to life and giving them a new look and layout which we know will bring greater sales and new customers.

"It's about stepping into the future and delivering a greater overall customer experience."



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