Nearly a year after a fire incident destroyed their Coorparoo location, the franchise owners of Domino’s Coorparoo — Paul and Kylee Sickinger — have reopened a new shop, this time in Greenslopes. They have also re-hired the original team from their old Coorparoo site.
In April 2019, the Coorparoo Central Complex along Old Cleveland Road was forced to shut down after a fire diminished the site into ashes. Nine businesses, including Domino’s Coorparoo, were destroyed in the aftermath.
In support of public health measures to limit the spread of the coronavirus, Domino’s is now offering a zero contact delivery option.
Under this arrangement, Dominos delivery personnel will be observing social distancing when they arrive at your house with your pizza. They will call you upon arrival and put your order by the door.
Zero-contact deliveries are available for prepaid orders only.
LIkewise, Domino’s is quick to assure its customers that the entire pizza chain has also enhanced its store-wide policy on food safety and hygiene.
“Domino’s follows strict food safety and hygiene procedures, including regular handwashing, sanitisation and wearing gloves when making pizzas. Our pizzas are then cooked in an oven that exceeds 260 degrees Celsius and are not touched again by human hands. Additionally, we have auditors in our stores every day of the week, making sure that Domino’s rigorous food safety and hygiene practices are being followed.”
Domino’s Greenslopes is located at 496 Logan Road, two kilometres away from the Coorparoo Central Complex. Mr Sickinger is thrilled that they can continue to serve the Coorparoo community from the new location. Domino’s Holland Park had filled in to meet the demand from the customers whilst the Greenslopes store was under construction.