Domino's Pizza, Inc. announced results for the first quarter of 2017.
Domestic same store sales grew 10.2% during the quarter versus the year-ago period, which represents the 24th consecutive quarter of positive sales momentum in the Company's domestic business.
The international division also posted strong results, with same store sales growth of 4.3% during the quarter, marking the 93rd consecutive quarter of positive international same store sales growth.
The Company had global net store growth of 189 stores in the quarter, comprised of 28 net new domestic stores and 161 net new stores internationally. The Company has added 1,308 net new stores over the trailing four quarters.
"It was a great start to 2017, as momentum continued with solid growth in our international business, and our third consecutive quarter of double-digit same store sales growth in the U.S.," said J. Patrick Doyle, Domino's President and Chief Executive Officer.
"The ultimate measure of customer satisfaction is more customers choosing to do business with you. The growth we are experiencing – both in store counts and customer visits – is a reflection of great commitment and execution by our franchisees and team members."
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