Pizza sauce runs in their veins - local Domino's owners in national TV ad

Friday, February 24, 2017

Local business owners brother Chris, father Jeff, and brother Pat Farmer
owners of Domino's Pizza on Ballinger Way in Shoreline

Jeff Farmer started working at Domino’s in 1982 as a dough roller. He fell in love with the business and purchased his first store in 1987.

His sons Chris and Pat grew up in the business, working in the stores. They learned the flow of the business, its peaks, lows, trends, until it became second nature to them.

Both say that they love the rush of the business, and pizza sauce seems to flow through their veins.

The three of them have purchased stores together. Pat sold his dream home to finance his first purchase - and has never regretted it.

All three men have put their heart and soul into their businesses and it shows.

Between the three of them, Pat, Chris and Jeff now own 14 Domino’s stores from Snoqualmie to Wenatchee to Sherwood, Oregon.

Locally, they own the Edmonds store at 22941 Highway 99, Unit A, the north Seattle store at 302 N 125th Street, and the new store at 20030 Ballinger Way NE in Shoreline.

Chris lives in Kenmore, Jeff lives in Hoquiam, and Pat lives in Vancouver.

The three of them are featured in a new national TV commercial airing now. The commercial highlights several franchisees, as well as Domino’s new pizza theater store design.

Here's the link to the TV spot


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