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  1. History 1960s–2010s. In 1960, Tom Monaghan and his brother, James, took over the operation of DomiNick's, an existing location of a small pizza restaurant chain that had been owned by Dominick DeVarti, at 507 Cross Street (now 301 West Cross Street) in Ypsilanti, Michigan, near Eastern Michigan University.

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  3. Domino's Pizza - Wikipedia

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    History 1960s–2010s. In 1960, Tom Monaghan and his brother, James, took over the operation of DomiNick's, an existing location of a small pizza restaurant chain that had been owned by Dominick DeVarti, at 507 Cross Street (now 301 West Cross Street) in Ypsilanti, Michigan, near Eastern Michigan University.

  4. What Domino's Was First Called - The Daily Meal

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    According to the University of Michigan, Dominick DeVarti was a Connecticutier who relocated to Michigan to get a degree in engineering, thanks to the G.I. bill and his time spent as a bomber-navigator during World War II. In addition to working in construction, DeVarti eventually opened and later sold three pizzerias named after himself.

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    In 1960,[12] Tom Monaghan and his brother, James, took over the operation of DomiNick's, an existing location of a small pizza restaurant chain that had been owned by Dominick DeVarti, at 507 Cross Street (now 301 West Cross Street)[14] in Ypsilanti, Michigan,[15] near Eastern Michigan University...used ford f 250 for sale near me

  6. SWOT Analysis of Domino’s Pizza

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    Dominick DeVarti, Tom Monaghan, and James Monaghan were the founders of Domino’s Pizza, and they laid the foundation of the company on December 09, 1960. The headquarter of the company is at Domino’s Farms Office Park, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA .

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    The brothers bought the restaurant from friend Dominick DeVarti for USD500 cash and assuming the stores USD8,000 debt (Dicke, 1992). Neither Tom nor Jim had the intention of making the restaurant business their career, but rather saw the opportunity as a part-time venture to help cover the cost of their studies at the nearby University of Michigan.