Byrds show commitment with Domino’s expansion


When small businesses take bold steps they deserve to be applauded. That’s why we are tipping our hat to Domino’s in Jordan Plaza today.

Owners Cindy and Kerry Byrd deserve a rousing round of applause, along with Jordan Plaza’s Billy Ray Jordan, for making a larger investment in both their business and the city by opening a dine-in section at their nearly 30-year-old pizzeria.

The family-owned and operated business celebrated a tremendous upgrade Thursday, with a ribbon cutting officially marking the changes which include expansion to allow 34 sit-down diners, two entrances, new televisions, free Wi-Fi and a place where young and old alike can stand and watch staffers make the pizzas they will soon devour.

The renovations are first-class and will, no doubt, be an enticement for customers. But more than that, the renovations show a confidence in consumers in Sampson County and beyond and a commitment to a community that Domino’s has supported for going on three decades.

Sampson County and Clinton enjoy tremendous support from its business community, with owners willing to make significant improvements to reward customers for their loyalty. That commitment to growth and excellent service should be recognized.

We offer our thanks to the Byrds for their willingness to take a bold financial step with the expansion, and to Jordan for his willingness to work with them to ensure that Clinton continues to change with the times, meeting the needs that customers have as they go.

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