Leroy Day (centre) with his Domino's Pizza Leadership Eagle award.
Leroy Day (centre) with his Domino's Pizza Leadership Eagle award. Nadine Shaw

Domino's fall right way for Leroy

LOCAL Domino's franchisee Leroy Day has been awarded the coveted Leadership Eagle Award for the second year in a row.

The Leadership Eagle is Domino's most sought after accolade which recognises Leroy's dedication, leadership and exceptional operations across his seven stores including Domino's Coffs Harbour and Toormina.

The Leadership Eagle Award recognises an outstanding contribution in leadership, operational success and in furthering the overall success of Domino's Pizzas and is highly sought after within the Domino's group, with only a handful given out across over the 559 stores across Australia and New Zealand each year.

Mr Day was announced as the recipient of the coveted award at the Domino's Pizza Enterprises Ltd Rally, held on the Gold Coast.

Domino's CEO, Don Meij said Mr Day had made a valuable contribution to the Company over many years.

"Leroy has an infectious passion and drive for everything he does - it's an attitude that can only lead to success," Mr Meij said.

"He is very well respected in the franchisee community, and definitely seen across the country as one of the 'heroes' of Domino's by his peers."

"Leroy is not just a leader in our business; he is always innovating with his store operations and contributing to the overall success of the Company."

 

 

 

The Leadership Eagle Award recognises an outstanding contribution in leadership, operational success and in furthering the overall success of Domino's Pizzas and is highly sought after within the Domino's group, with only a handful given out across over the 559 stores across Australia and New Zealand each year.



Coffs Bypass, most costly per kilometre Pacific Hwy project

premium_icon Coffs Bypass, most costly per kilometre Pacific Hwy project

Coffs Harbour Bypass to cost $100-million a kilometre.

Planes take to the sky to celebrate 90th

Planes take to the sky to celebrate 90th

Coffs Harbour Aero Club celebrate 90 years.

Coffs to prove it's a regional capital

premium_icon Coffs to prove it's a regional capital

Three matters of business going before council this week.

Local Partners