updated 5/6/2010 8:19:36 PM ET 2010-05-07T00:19:36

Domino's Pizza is soon going to be delivered in Germany.

The company said Thursday that services will begin in Berlin and eventually go nationwide.

The move into the country is part of a franchise agreement with the founder of Grand City Property Group and Grand City Hotels.

Grand City Property manages more than 3,000 residential units, 80 hotels and 1 million square feet of commercial space in Germany. The company, founded by Yakir Gabay, is the second largest-hotel operator in Germany.

The German market has great potential, said Michael Lawton, executive vice president of Domino's Pizza International. It is considered a growing market for delivery.

Gabay's partner, Birgir Thor Bieltvedt, will be CEO of the new franchise. He was former CEO of Domino's Pizza in Iceland and Denmark.

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