A slice of the ac­tion

Southport Visiter - - Visiter Life - BY CHRISTY BYRNE christy.byrne@trin­i­tymir­ror.com @ByrneChristy

Omega Hol­i­days was es­tab­lished in 1979 and was fam­ily owned and man­aged un­til be­com­ing part of the JG Travel Group in 2017. The fam­ily friendly ap­proach to cus­tomer ser­vice re­mains a core part of the Omega of­fer­ing.

PIZZA gi­ants Domino’s opened their doors in Church­town last week, and has proven pop­u­lar with cus­tomers so far.

The chain have taken over a va­cant shop on Cam­bridge Road and have had a busy first week.

Domino’s area man­ager for Liver­pool, Gage Dugdale, said: “The group are ded­i­cated to con­tin­u­ally ex­pand­ing their prod­uct to new cus­tomers as well as im­prov­ing qual­ity and ser­vice to ex­ist­ing cus­tomers. Banks and other nearby ar­eas have now been in­cor­po­rated into the South­port de­liv­ery re­gion, mean­ing new ad­dresses can now or­der for de­liv­ery from our Church­town site.

“The store has had a high amount of or­ders since open­ing and this has con­tin­ued each day.”

For the open­ing week, cus­tomers were able to col­lect any pizza, any size, for £6.99

On de­liv­ery, cus­tomers can make the most of 50% off or­ders over £30 on­line.

Staff at Domino’s Church­town branch are de­lighted with their busi­ness af­ter open­ing last week

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