13 June, 2018
If your town is picked, it will receive funds to help fix roads, so pizzas can make it home safely - and let's be real here, in your stomach, which is the ultimate goal.
Starting today, Domino's is asking customers to nominate their town for pothole repairs at the Paving for Pizza website.
The pizza maker says that cracks, bumps, potholes and other road conditions can put good pizzas at risk after they leave the store, so Domino's is hoping to help smooth the ride home for its pizzas.
- Domino's Pizza is saving pizza, one pothole at a time.
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It also shows how Domino's has worked in the past to help towns fix their roads. It documents the work done in those communities on the Paving for Pizza web site. In Petaluma, Calif., a town that applied for and won KFC pothole funding based on the city's "dual reputation for chicken farming and tire-flattening potholes", the local government ended up in a fracas with PETA over the collaboration with KFC. Just go to pavingforpizza.com and enter your zip code.
Bartonville town administrator Michael Montgomery praised the company's input.
The company has repaired potholes in cities across the country, including 40 potholes in Milford, Delaware. For its latest move to get your pizza dollar, however, Dominos has something slightly more ambitious in mind, namely public infrastructure projects.
The inspection report stated that officials inspected a dough delivery truck and found no traces of contamination before it dropped off the product at the restaurant. She said Domino's wasn't disclosing how much it was spending on the grants.