Domino’s to enter Lithuania
The first two stores will be in Vilnius.
Domino's Pizza is opening its first store in Lithuania, located in Vilnius.
Situated in Linkmenu St. 22 in the Rimi Market, the restaurant features the open concept pizza theater design. A second location will open soon in Vilnius on Ateities Street with additional locations planned in the future, with the intent of creating more than 400 jobs in the next three years.
"We are excited to bring such a globally prominent brand like Domino's to the Lithuanian market," said Oleg Talalay, executive director of D-Pizza LT, a subsidiary of Morgacita Limited which holds the pizza chain’s franchising rights in the country. "We believe that Domino's delicious products, excellent customer service and efficient delivery are the keys to success in this new market."
"We are thrilled to bring the Domino's brand to Lithuania," Joe Jordan, Domino's executive vice president of international, added. "We love Domino's customers all over the world and are excited to now be able to serve those in Vilnius. We look forward to developing a loyal customer following and bringing even more Domino's locations to Lithuania in the future."
Domino's now operates in more than 90 markets worldwide, with more than half of its global retail sales coming from international stores.