Domino's Pizza Inc. is making the leap to around-the-clock pizza sales with a new store in Southwestern Ohio that will be one of its first U.S. locations to remain open 24 hours a day. Steve Martin, manager of the Domino's near the University of Dayton campus said his store began staying open 24 hours last month. Martin says the store is attempting to cash in on early morning business by offering a pizza with traditional breakfast toppings like eggs, cheese and bacon.
Domino's spokesman Tim McIntyre said another new Domino's store that also operates 24 hours a day opened last month in Manchester, England, and two other Domino's stores in that country have also recently switched to 24-hour schedules. Whether or not the new hours will mean more profits remains to be seen and McIntyre said Domino's administrators will be watching the performance of the 24-hour stores very closely to see how the plan shakes out.