Domino's aims to make delivery easier by paving roads in local communities

Domino's aims to make delivery easier by paving roads in local communities

Honoring three great American traditions in one fell swoop-unhealthy fast food, clever marketing, and the government's failure to invest in public infrastructure-Domino's pizza chain has launched a marketing campaign pledging to fix pot-holes in towns across America.

Domino's is fixing potholes across the United States of America to stop its pizza from getting ruined on the ride home.

Potholes are causing massive pizza disruption problems in the US, so Domino's has made a decision to do something about it.

You can even get interactive on the site by seeing what happens when a driver goes over a bumpy road.

Domino's, a longtime provider of pies of the pizza variety, has announced the launch of its new Paving for Pizza campaign in an effort to fix shitty roads that are so shitty they just might impact the delivery of their products.

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Potholed roads are a big problem.

The company is launching a new campaign to make sure your pizza makes it to your doorstep in flawless condition.

The company helped fill five potholes in Burbank, eight in Bartonville, 40 in Milford, and 150 square yards of roads in Athens. "So we're helping to pave in towns across the country to save your good pizza from these bad roads".

Customers interested in nominating their hometown for a paving grant from Domino's can enter their zip code on the website. On May 3, a Domino's spokesperson said the discovery was "an extremely isolated incident, confined to a single store".

Fortune noted that the American Society of Civil Engineers estimates that the USA would need to spend $4.5 trillion by 2025 to fix its ailing infrastructure.

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