Domino’s: New location, new owner

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Louis Nelson is the new owner/operator at Domino’s new Cranbrook location.

Louis Nelson is the new owner/operator at Domino’s new Cranbrook location. — Photo courtesy Louis Nelson

Heaping toppings aren’t the only things that are falling into place at Domino’s Pizza in Cranbrook. The business has a new location and a new owner. Louis Nelson is now the owner/operator of Domino’s at 1200 Cranbrook Street North, next to A & W on the Cranbrook strip. The new location and look of the store coincide with Domino’s vision to modernize the inside of its stores.

As manager, Nelson emphasizes community involvement and support. The company provides pizza and coupons to organizations and events such as the Salvation Army, Boys and Girls Club, Big Brothers Big Sisters and Relay for Life.

“We are very dedicated to being an awesome community partner here in Cranbrook,” said Nelson. “We are always open to feeding volunteers, handing out free pizza coupons for good causes and working with charities to give them the tools or product required for them to be successful.” 

Kyle Born

Kyle Born is a writer for Kootenay Business and his initials match that of the magazine—it must be fate that brought them together. View all of Kyle Born’s articles

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