Excitement as Hayling Island gets ready to welcome its first Domino's, here's when

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Hayling Island is getting ready to welcome its first Domino’s which will be opening its doors next month.

This latest new store marks an exciting milestone for Domino’s as the store will be run by Domino’s first-ever female Homegrown Hero, Lucy Harman. The Homegrown Hero programme offers current and former Domino’s employees the opportunity to own a Domino’s store and become part of its franchisee system. 

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Lucy first joined the Domino’s family over 16 years ago. She worked in a variety of roles from inside team member to store manager all over the country before deciding to embark on the exciting journey to become a franchise partner. 

Hayling Island will be welcoming its first Domino's next month. Hayling Island will be welcoming its first Domino's next month.
Hayling Island will be welcoming its first Domino's next month. | Google

Lucy Harman, Domino’s Franchise Partner said: “It is an extremely proud moment for me to be able to open my first store, especially on Hayling Island which is a beautiful part of the country. I am excited to get to know the local neighbourhood and provide them with the nation’s favourite pizza, whilst offering the community employment opportunities, where people can grow and develop their careers.

“To be Domino’s first female Homegrown Hero is something I take great pride in as I want to be a positive example for working mothers and show them that it is possible to achieve their dreams, while also raising a family. My journey with Domino’s over the past 16 years has been filled with so many great moments and I look forward to the new opportunities Hayling Island can bring.”

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