To nominate towns, Domino's customers can visit the Paving for Pizza website and enter the zip code of their city.
A work team out in Mitford, where a team of four repaired scores of potholes to begin the publicity campaign.More news: E3 2018: Are the Avengers in Spider-Man for PS4?
Domino's, the largest pizza company in the world by sales, says the repairs will reduce the number of times topping and cheese are pushed to one side after delivery drivers go over a bump. 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".
The company is launching a new campaign to make sure your pizza makes it to your doorstep in ideal condition. "Domino's cares too much about its customers and pizza to let that happen". And instead of lobbying cities to fix the streets, the company is taking matters into its own hands. That includes $2 trillion for roads alone. For its latest move to get your pizza dollar, however, Dominos has something slightly more ambitious in mind, namely public infrastructure projects.
"While it's not something we are actively looking at the moment, at Domino's we never say never", says Scott Bush, general manager of Domino's New Zealand.