RENO, NV - The owner of 19 Domino's restaurants in the Reno/Tahoe area and California has been given the International Franchise Association Gold Franny Award for operational excellence.
Mark Kraniger began his career as a manager-in-training in 1980, and bought his first store in 1985.
According to a news release, the Gold Franny Award is the most prestigious honor bestowed on a Domino’s Pizza franchise owner. Kraniger earned this award as part of an elite group within 1,100 franchise owners in the United States. The awards are based on several key factors, including operational audit scores, community involvement, store safety & security and team member morale.
The Gold Franny Awards were created more than 20 years ago by the International Franchise Association and designed to honor excellence among franchise owners.
“Mark’s personal commitment, leadership and determination to grow his franchise made him tremendously successful in 2012,” said Scott Hinshaw, Domino’s executive vice president of franchise operations and development. “I am thrilled to honor Mark with a Gold Franny Award for his hard work in making Domino’s the preferred pizza delivery company in his area. He is an inspiration to his peers and truly deserving of this honor.”
Kraniger is going to London for the ceremony.