Ald. Russell Stamper, II
Press Release

New restaurant is good news for W. North Ave. area

The restaurant will be open for business starting on Wednesday, November 23.

By - Nov 22nd, 2016 08:43 am

Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II said he is pleased to share news that a new Domino’s restaurant is opening in the 15th Aldermanic District this week at 4211 W. North Ave.

Alderman Stamper said the restaurant will be open for business starting on Wednesday, November 23 with a grand opening to follow. “This is very good news for my district and for the area, as the restaurant will employ 25 workers from the neighborhood,” he said.

“Getting a new business to open at this location (42nd and North) is a success for the W. North Avenue Business Improvement District and for the people in the neighborhood. I’m very pleased and offer my appreciation to the partners – Doug and John,” Alderman Stamper said.

The restaurant is owned by local business partners Doug Baretz and John Theisen, who have owned and operated Domino’s locations in Milwaukee since 1995, and have partnered with schools, churches, businesses and other local agencies since they entered into business together. Currently, they employ more than 330 team members in Milwaukee and the surrounding area, including more than 200 at their city locations.

The newest location on W. North Ave will be the 23rd Domino’s location for Mr. Baretz and Mr. Theisen.

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