ROMANCING THE STONE – Domino’s store manager weds town of Stone!


Domino’s Pizza store manager, Alex Brindley says “I Dough”

– Domino’s Stone to open 25 April –

Domino’s Pizza store manager, Alex Brindley, 31, has become the world’s first person to marry a town as he tied the knot with the area of Stone, Staffordshire.

The official blessing took place on Lichfield Road and was presided over by Rev. John, who presented the happy couple with a celebratory pizza spelling out ‘I Dough’ in fresh ingredients from Domino’s, the UK’s favorite pizza company, to mark the holy union.


The Domino’s store manager got hitched to the historic town to show his commitment to the local community and encourage job applications ahead of the Domino’s store opening in Stone on 25 April. Witnesses from the soon-to-open store showered Brindley and his new spouse with confetti as the happy couple posed for photos following the ceremony.

The union comes as renowned artist Tracey Emin recently announced that she has married a rock in her garden in France, naming her partner as “an anchor, something I can identify with.”

Alex Brindley, store manager at Domino’s comments:

“If Tracey Emin can marry a rock, then I can marry the wonderful town of Stone. I’m pepperoni-passionate about the area and committed to a long and prosperous future together in the community, as manager of Domino’s Stone.”


Following the blessing, Alex and his team will be gearing up for the opening of the new Domino’s store on 25 April. The UK’s favourite pizza company has recruited for 30 new jobs for the Stone store opening, including pizza chefs and customer service staff, but are still on the hunt for delivery drivers to join the passionate team.

On the opening of the new store, Alex, said:

“We’re thrilled to be opening our doors to the people of Stone and we’re celebrating the opening with a collection deal for Any Size Pizza with 2 toppings for £5.99, plus £2 to go Large.
“We still have a few positions to fill so we’re keen to hear from applicants in the local area who may be looking to develop new skills, or who are in search of a second job. The right team player will show that they can deliver exceptional customer service, and demonstrate integrity, honesty and reliability, as well as having a real passion for freshly made pizza.”

The Stone store opening will see Domino’s invest over £250,000 into the local area, giving the local Staffordshire area a welcome employment boost.

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