Domino's Pizza Reopens in Costa Rica

The franchise was acquired by Jorge Alcázar, owner of chicken food chain "Restaurantes AS".

Monday, August 10, 2009

Domino's used to operate mostly as an express delivery service, but the new owners will open restaurants with capacity for 50 to 75 people. They will start with a store in the east of San José, and another in the west of the city.

The franchise was owned by Mexican group "Grupo Mozarella" (BGM), who closed its Costa Rican stores in February 2009.

According to an article in Elfinancierocr.com, "Domino's competes in the country with Pizza Hut (the largest, 48 stores), Papa John's (12 stores), and other smaller brands".

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The franchise, which had nine restaurants, abruptly stopped its operations after accumulating $2 million in losses.

The article in Mipunto.com, citing the La Nacion daily as its source, indicated that "The closure of Domino's Pizza, which operated nine restaurants in San Jose and neighboring cities, occurred has the government of Costa Rica was adopting the "Shield Plan" to deal with the impact of the international economic crisis in a country that is very dependent on trade with the United States."

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