Al Daniels is not your typical business owner. He is a military veteran, a philanthropist and someone who is eager to give back to his community. Daniels is a prime example of franchisees that Domino’s Pizza is looking to recruit as part of its “Delivering the Dream” program. This program, coupled with Daniel’s inspiration to succeed, led to the grand opening of his Domino’s Pizza store in Brunswick, Ga., on Dec. 19, 2007.
Domino’s Pizza’s “Delivering the Dream” program, in partnership with American Equipment Finance, LLC, grants financial assistance to elite minority team members so they may build their own Domino’s stores. Daniels was one of the first franchisees to benefit from the “Delivering the Dream” program and paid a franchise fee of just $5K, one of the lowest fees in the industry.
“There are two things that make Al special: his passion for the business and his desire to make a difference in his community,” said Domino’s Director of Franchise Recruiting & Sales, Mike Mettler.
Domino’s ‘Delivering The Dream’ Program Opens Doors For Minority Franchisees
May 7, 2008 by Mark | 0 Comments