Exchange Welcomes Domino's to Vandenberg AFB
/ Published April 19, 2016
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- The Vandenberg Air Force Base Exchange is welcoming Domino's to its food court, further expanding dining options for Airmen, families and retirees.
30th Space Wing Commander Col. J. Christopher Moss is set to cut the ribbon on the new Domino's during a grand-opening celebration April 20 at 11:30 a.m. at the Exchange food court, Building 10400, Community Loop. Other family-friendly grand-opening events are planned outdoors, including face-painting, a bounce house and dough demonstrations. The grand-prize winner of a pizza eating contest will earn one free pizza a month for a year.
"The Exchange is pleased to provide Airmen and their families with a new name-brand dining option," said Vandenberg AFB Exchange General Manager Christine Stallwood. "Offering a variety of choices, including name brands such as Domino's, ensures we're meeting the needs of our community."
Normal days and hours of operation are Sunday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to midnight and Friday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. On-base delivery will be available.
"By offering extended hours, Domino's and the Exchange are taking care of Airmen who work a swing or graveyard shift," Stallwood said.
Domino's joins Subway, La Chiquita and Coffee a la Carte in the food court. The new restaurant is replacing Charleys.