Monday, June 18, 2018

Domino's Pizza announced last week, they offer a new initiative that will allow consumers to submit their town for potential grants to fix potholes.

Submit your rough drive home from your local Domino’s at and they might fix it. Bad roads shouldn't happen to good pizza!

The largest pizza chain in the country has decided to spend its own money on fixing roads across the country. It’s definitely a marketing ploy. But it’s the best kind of marketing ploy, and hopefully one that will shame the federal government into doing some paving of its own.

Selected cities receive funds to assist in the improvement of their roads. Current residents of cities chosen by the initiative have expressed both astonishment and gratitude regarding the outcomes.

The initiative's website features dedicated pages to each recipient municipality with details on the repairs and resident testimonials. Michael Montgomery, town administrator of Bartonville, Texas said he was "ecstatic."

"I didn't think it was possible but Domino's delivered on their promise to fix potholes," said the city official. The town saw three roads repaired and eight potholes filled with 75 tons of asphalt.

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