Domino's Pizza fixes streets, fills potholes across America

Domino's Pizza fixes streets, fills potholes across America

Domino's Pizza fixes streets, fills potholes across America

"Cracks, bumps, potholes and other road conditions can put good pizzas at risk after they leave the store", the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based company said in a news release.

Former Detroit Lion Nate Burleson can relate, but one popular pizza chain is geared up to fill in potholes to prevent your pizza from being ruined before you even walk through your door.

"Paving for Pizza" is determined to help cities across the country repave potholes. Russell Weiner, president of Domino's United States of America explains, stated in a press release.

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Customers interested in nominating their town for a paving grant from Domino's can enter the zip code at Images provided by Domino's show a pothole fix truck emblazoned with the chain's logo and the slogan, "Bad roads shouldn't happen to good pizza".

Have you ever been driving your pizza home and you either get into an accident or hit a pothole, destroying your pizza?

Customers can nominate their cities on the Domino's website, reports Yahoo Finance. If selected, "the city will receive funds to help fix roads so pizzas make it home safely", the press release stated.

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Domino's said it has previously helped towns in Texas, California, Georgia and DE fix their roads.

A video promo shows paving teams, with branded trucks, steamrollers and hardhats, filling in the treacherous potholes and making them safe for pizza delivery.

Screenshot from the Paving for Pizza website. On a mild road, it glides right along, while on a moderate road, the toppings are jostled a bit.

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