Dominos celebrates 30th NI store opening with scary secret cinema screening

Pizza chain Domino's has marked the opening of its 30th store in Northern Ireland today by announcing it will be hosting a special late-night secret cinema 'screaming' for 30 lucky pizza lovers.

To celebrate this milestone, in the run up to Halloween, the pizza brand has promised the first 30 people to arrive at the new Strabane store in zombie attire on Wednesday, 31 October the chance to win tickets to an exclusive scary movie. The over-18's 'secret-cinema-style' event will take place at the Eclipse Cinema, Strabane, the following day, Thursday, 1 November.

The spooktacular flick, the name of which is being closely guarded, will air from midnight, and the lucky guests will be treated to seatside deliveries of freshly-handmade pizza. The whole experience will be hosted by the new Domino's Strabane team, who will be sporting glow in the dark uniform and ultra violet sugar skull face paint just for the occasion.

The Strabane store has created 30 new jobs for locals giving the community a welcome employment boost. In the last year alone, over 2,331,984 million pizzas have been freshly handmade and delivered in Northern Ireland, which equates to nearly 9 pizzas every minute!

Paul Dupuy, Domino's Marketing Manager, said, 'We're delighted to be opening our 30th store in Northern Ireland here in Strabane. Movies and pizza go hand in hand, so what better way to celebrate than with an exclusive Halloween cinema event for our local superfans with a truly Domino's twist!'