Domino´s: announces several key management changes

Ann Arbor / MG. (dp) «These changes include the retirement of one of our long-standing leaders, several promotions for other deserving leaders, and rotational assignments for leaders developing their skills in diverse areas of our business. I believe our new leadership structure will help us deliver strong results, provide well-deserved opportunities for key team members and position us for future growth and expansion – while maintaining our reputation for being a company with one of the strongest management teams in our sector». In short: David A. Brandon, Chairman, President and CEO of Dominos Pizza Incorporated, announces several key management changes:

After ten years of service with Domino´s Pizza and outstanding results in leading its Marketing, International, and Team USA divisions, Patrick Doyle is being promoted to the newly-created position of President, Domino´s USA. In this role, Doyle will lead all domestic retail operations, including Team USA, Franchise Operations, Franchise Development and Marketing.

The company will be bidding farewell to Mike Soignet in October, when he will retire from Domino´s Pizza. His 26 years of outstanding service to the company (most recently, leading Distribution, Procurement and Franchise Operations) are well-known throughout the organization, and greatly appreciated by its franchisees and team members. Soignet and his team have been responsible for a significant amount of the company´s growth and success over the years. Soignet will remain for several weeks to assist in making his leadership transition successful.

David Mounts, who has been with the company since October 2005, will be moving from his current position as Domino´s CFO and will take over as Executive Vice President of Distribution and Procurement, succeeding Soignet. Brandon stated that Mounts has done an outstanding job in his position as CFO, where he played a leading role in optimizing the company´s capital structure through its recently completed asset-backed securitization.

The company also announced the promotion of Scott Hinshaw to the position of Executive Vice President of Team USA, succeeding Patrick Doyle. Hinshaw is a 21-year veteran of the organization and has provided strong leadership to Team USA over many years. Most recently, as Vice President of Team USA, he has been working closely with Patrick Doyle to produce impressive results that have outperformed domestic franchise same store sales growth.

As David Mounts makes his important transition to lead the company´s Distribution and Procurement business, Bill Kapp has agreed to serve as Domino´s Acting CFO. Kapp´s over 19 years with Domino´s Pizza (primarily in its Finance and Accounting Department and most recently as Vice President of Finance and Administration for Distribution and Supply Chain) have prepared him to take on this interim responsibility. He was directly involved in the announced several key management changes 1998 sale to a consortium of buyers led by Bain Capital, its 2003 recapitalization and 2004 IPO, and fully understands the financial markets and the internal workings of the company.

About Domino´s: Founded in 1960, the company today is the recognized world leader in pizza delivery. Domino´s is listed on the NYSE under the symbol «DPZ». Through its primarily franchised system, Domino´s operates a network of 8.449 franchised and company-owned stores in the United States and more than 55 countries. The Domino´s Pizza(R) brand, named a Megabrand by Advertising Age magazine, had global retail sales of nearly 5,1 billion USD in 2006, comprised of 3,2 billion USD domestically and nearly 1,9 USD billion internationally. During the second quarter of 2007, the Domino´s Pizza(R) brand had global retail sales of over 1,2 billion USD, comprised of nearly 755 million USD domestically and approximately 493 million USD internationally (press release).