Domino’s Pizza wants to repave your city’s potholes

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Domino's home state of MI could probably use some help, too.

To nominate towns, Domino's customers can visit the Paving for Pizza website and enter the zip code of their city. Domino's says this will help them ensure the "integrity of pizza remains in tact".

"Have you ever hit a pothole and instantly cringed?" asked Russell Weiner, president of Domino's U.S. in a statement.

Domino's Pizza is offering to fill potholes across the United States in order to save customers' pizza, the pizza chain announced Monday.

For its newest promotion, "Paving for Pizza", the company is asking people across the county to nominate which cities are most in need of road fix. Customers can submit their town for potential grants to fix potholes. A spokesperson called it "an extremely isolated incident, confined to a single store".

Yes, the chain eatery is adding asphalt to its sauce-and-cheese operation, and hopes to fix roads across the entire country, one town at a time.

Domino's Pizza has launched a campaign to repair potholes in towns across the country
Domino's Pizza has launched a campaign to repair potholes in towns across the country

The company says it's already repaired roads in Bartonville, Texas; Milford, Delaware; Athens, Georgia; and Burbank, California, and the campaign will continue for three months throughout the summer.

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The company is even showing customers what happens to pizzas during a delivery on rough roads, with the help of a camera set up inside a pizza box.

Domino's is taking American infrastructure into its own hands.

Nominate your town to be the next to get a makeover from Domino's here.

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