Cahors. Domino’s pizza moves in and creates 30 jobs

Monday, June 20, the restaurant chain Domino’s Pizza opened its doors in Cahors on the road to Toulouse, next to La Poste. The premises which formerly housed Litrimarché have been completely renovated to make room for the installation of machinery, equipment, changing rooms and a cold room. It is Oktay Tekin, already in the company for 14 years and owner of 4 other stores near Nantes, who is the manager. He who started as a versatile employee, promises prospects of rapid development to future recruits. Thirty people will be hired for the launch on full-time and part-time positions as general-purpose employees and assistant managers. Student profiles are appreciated and positions are still to be filled. Hamza Erdil will be the brand’s manager. He also started as a delivery boy at the age of 16 in Brittany and is delighted to come and settle in the south. Domino’s pizza will be open every day from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. (11 p.m. on weekends). The pizzas are either delivered to Cahors or to take away.

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