NWI Business Ins and Outs: The Quest to be turned into a Greektown-like restaurant, Domino’s opens, Captain’s House stops serving lobster rolls


Thirteen Domino’s restaurants, including Merrillville, LaPorte, Schererville, Portage, Hammond, Crown Point, Michigan City, Valparaiso and Chesterton, are currently hiring about 150 more full-time and part-time staffers.

“Domino’s works hard to serve local communities across the country and Northwest Indiana is no different,” said Gronemann, who owns 21 Domino’s in Indiana and Illinois. “The increased demand for deliveries has amplified the need for additional team members. Stores across the region are continuing to provide pizza to those who are looking for a delicious, hot meal, and at times like this, staffing is critical.”

Domino’s has ramped up its cleaning protocols, such as by often sanitizing frequently touched surfaces, based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. The restaurants can offer work to those who have lost jobs because of the pandemic, Gronemann said.

“Our hearts go out to those who have lost their jobs or face reduced hours due to the pandemic,” Gronemann said. “Domino’s is a great place to work and our stores provide a fantastic opportunity to those who show initiative and a desire to advance. Whether you’re looking for a part-time job or a career, this is the place to be.”

Domino’s is one of the world’s top restaurant brands with more than 17,100 locations in more than 90 countries. It raked in global sales of $14.3 billion last year, including $7 billion in the United States.

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