Domino’s wants to make sure their pizzas “make it home safely” so the pizza chain is fixing potholes in roads across the country. The Paving for Pizza initiative is filling “cracks, bumps, potholes, and other road conditions that can put pizzas at risk after, they leave the store,” they explain in a press release.
So far, Domino’s has worked with four municipalities to repair roads, including Burbank, California, where five holes were fixed, Bartonville, Texas, where eight were fixed, and Athens, Georgia, where an impressive 150 potholes were filled.And they’re still looking for places to fix. You can nominate your town for repairs at the Paving for Pizza website and enter your city's zip code. If your city wins, they’ll get funds to help repair roads “so pizzas make it home safely."
Source: Sunny Skyz