Domino’s promotes Frank Garrido to operations post

He will succeed Tom Curtis, who was named COO of Burger King Americas last week.
Domino's Frank Garrido
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Domino’s on Monday named Frank Garrido its new executive vice president of U.S. operations and support.

He takes over a position that will be vacated by Tom Curtis, who last week was named chief operating officer of Burger King Americas.

Garrido will report to Russell Weiner, president and chief operating officer of Domino’s U.S.

“Frank has decades of operations experience with several well-known brands,” Weiner said in a statement. “He has been with Domino’s for some time now and is ready to go.”

Garrido had previously been senior vice president, overseeing nearly 400 company-operated units. He joined the chain in 2017 from Focus Brands, where he worked in operations for that company’s McAlister’s Deli brand.

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