Domino’s Pizza branch at the foot of the Paradise Island Bridge.
Nassau, Bahamas: Bahamas Press has been reliably informed that Domino’s Pizza location at the foot of the Paradise Island Bridge has closed its doors effective January 1st, according to a source at the eatery.
“The bridge location is now close. This is a direct result of sluggish sales and poor performance at the location, the staff has been informed that several will be relocated and whilst some others will be terminated from the establishment,” an employee told Bahamas Press.
Bahamas Press has also learned that as early as tomorrow morning, termination letters will be issued to workers at the eatery. “With the new year just upon us, this is clearly a sad way to start off the New Year,” the employee said.
Bahamas Press has also learned that a second store will close in the coming days with staff at that second location also slated for the unemployment line.
Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Hubert Ingraham had warned Bahamians during his holiday greetings on national radio to be prudent in their spending as more layoffs are expected to continue throughout the country.
Whilst other Domino’s locations were opened on Thursday, a sign appeared on the window at the bridge location advising patrons that its Harbour Bay branch will now service the area.
Domino’s has yet to announce to the public the store closing on radio, despite its many airtime advertisements. Not a single word was mentioned about the closure, which some employees noted, was known before the holidays.
We at Bahamas Press wonder why?