When Domino’s open their doors to Indonesia: A ‘unique and extraordinary’ experience
Domino�s Indonesia opened on September 26th and, as such, we can only imagine how much this experience is going to be different for visitors to Indonesia.
To celebrate the opening, Domino`s has teamed up with Indonesian-themed clothing brand, Manta, for an Indonesian-style T-shirt.
The shirts will be available in limited quantities, and will be priced at $16 USD.
The shirts are available in red, green, blue and white and will go on sale on September 28th at 10AM (local time).
The shirts will also be available to buy at the Domino store on August 25th.
The T-shirts will be sold at the store on an hourly basis.
It seems like a great opportunity for visitors who live in Indonesia to experience what it is like to be in Indonesia and how the country has evolved over the years.
The Domino team said that the T-Shirts are part of the brand`s commitment to bringing Indonesia to life through creativity and innovation.
In addition to the Tshirt, there are other gifts that will be included in the T Shirt collection.
One of the first items to be available is a Domino-branded bracelet.
The Domino logo can be seen on the bracelet, and the bracelet will be made by Indonesian designer Jazmine Aitkor.
The bracelet is also available in the brand store, but it will not be available for purchase.
The brand also recently released a series of products inspired by the country.
One of these was the new Domino Pizza-themed scarf.
The brand also shared that the bracelet can be purchased for $15 USD in the Domina Store and $9 USD in a special online store.
The bracelet also features the Domini logo on the front, and it is currently available in two colors, black and red.
Domino’s Indonesia has already been receiving a lot of positive feedback on social media, with some praising the brand for their “unique and exceptional” experience.
Domino is now looking to expand their brand presence in Indonesia, and they have also announced that the company will be opening a new store in Jakarta, Indonesia, in the near future.