Paving for pizza: Domino's wants to fill your town's potholes

Paving for pizza: Domino's wants to fill your town's potholes

Towns that are selected by the company will receive funds to help fix roads "so pizzas make it home safely".

Domino's Pizza (now just Domino's) started here in MI in the 1960s, when the state was the center of the automotive universe.

Domino's is letting it known they are fixing potholes but writing, "OH YES, WE DID", on the repaved area of the street.

"We can't let your cheese slide to one side, your toppings get untopped, or your boxes get flipped". If your town is picked, it will receive funds to help fix roads, so pizzas can make it home safely.

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To show the damage crummy roads can do to your pie, the website shows in-box footage of pizza getting pretty messed up under a variety of road conditions.

Finally Domino's Pizza addressing a major concern of drivers who hit potholes: pizza jostling.

The fixed pot holes are then stamped with a Domino's logo and the motivational slogan "Oh yes we did". And it's supposedly fixed a number of potholes in towns across the United States-including Burbank, California; Milford, Delaware; and Athens, Georgia.

Customers interested in nominating their town for a paving grant from Domino's can enter the zip code at In Milford, DE, a four-man road-crew filled 40 potholes over the course of a day's work. On May 3, a Domino's spokesperson said the discovery was "an extremely isolated incident, confined to a single store".