"Have you ever hit a pothole and instantly cringed?" asked Russell Weiner, president of Domino's US in a statement. The chain says the "Paving for Pizza" program has already resulted in repairs in Burbank and three other communities nationwide.
Domino's has already been working with four municipalities to help fix potholes on roads, including Bartonville, Texas, Milford, Delaware, Athens, Georgia, and Burbank, California.
Domino's Pizza is taking matters into it's own hands and filling potholes in city streets.
The pizza chain has already done work in four cities to fix roads that directly affect their customers. The accompanying website also has, aside from a nomination form and carryout special, a "pothole impact meter" with video to show what happens to a pizza from an in-box camera on varying road conditions.
The fixed pot holes are then stamped with a Domino's logo and the motivational slogan "Oh yes we did".
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More than 50 potholes have been fixed between the four towns. The company is going town to town, fixing potholes that can put your precious pies at risk.
Customers can go to the site and nominate their town.
The company has repaired potholes in cities across the country, including 40 potholes in Milford, Delaware.
The good publicity will be a welcome change for Domino's following an incident last month in Tennessee.
Fouracre declined to disclose specific grant details, but said they're "smaller", "not multi-million dollar" awards created to add on to pothole-fixing budgets.