How Was "Domino's Pizza" Named?
The origins of Domino's Pizza began in 1960 when Tom Monaghan and his brother James bought a local pizzeria in Ypsilanti, Michigan, named Dominick's Pizza. The deal was secured by a $75 down payment, and the brothers borrowed $500 to pay for the store. Eight months later, James quit the partnership and traded his half of the business to Tom for a used Volkswagen Beetle. With Tom Monaghan as sole owner of the company, Dominick's Pizza became Domino's Pizza.
â¢ BlinkBits â¢ BlinkList â¢ Blogmarks â¢ Buddymarks â¢ CiteUlike
â¢ Connotea â¢ del.icio.us â¢ de.lirio.us â¢ Digg it â¢ FeedMarker
â¢ feedmelinks â¢ Furl â¢ Give a Link â¢ Gravee â¢ igooi
â¢ Lilisto â¢ Linkagogo â¢ Linkroll â¢ ma.gnolia â¢ Maple.nu
â¢ Netvouz â¢ Onlywire â¢ RawSugar â¢ reddit â¢ Scuttle
â¢ Shadows â¢ Simpy â¢ Spurl â¢ tagtooga â¢ TalkDigger
â¢ Wink â¢ Yahoo MyWeb