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News Domino's Is Fixing Potholes Because They're Ruining Pizza

18:00  13 june  2018
18:00  13 june  2018 Source:   popularmechanics.com

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Domino ' s Pizza . America’s infrastructure is in a sorry state. This sucks for everyone, but especially Domino ’ s , which is so tired of potholes ruining its pizzas that it has taken to fixing them itself.

Leading pizza company Domino ' s Pizza revealed a unique campaign that will see the firm fix potholes for cities around the US. We don't want to lose any great-tasting pizza to a pothole , ruining a wonderful meal," said Domino ' s Will Use AI to Make Sure Every Pizza They Serve Is Perfect.

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America’s infrastructure is in a sorry state. Bridges are crumbling, airports and seaports are falling into disrepair, and our roads are covered in potholes. This sucks for everyone, but especially Domino’s, which is so tired of potholes ruining its pizzas that it has taken to fixing them itself.

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The pizza chain said in a press release that it’s tired of potholes ruining “great-tasting pizza,” so it’s begun repairing these potholes in a handful of American towns. Already, the company has filled potholes in Bartonville, Texas; Milford, Delaware; Athens, Georgia; and Burbank, California.

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We don’t want to lose any great-tasting pizza to a pothole , ruining a wonderful meal. Whether you’re into Domino ’ s pizza or not, the fact that they ’ re swapping hair nets for construction hats and tarmac-ing roads has to be applauded, right?

Domino ’ s is on a mission to save pizza one pothole at at time! The pizza company is now doing its part to ensure tasty pies don’t get ruined as they travel from Domino ’ s restaurants nationwide to their final destination. In Milford alone, 40 potholes have already been fixed .

Domino’s is also asking its customers to vote on which town to repair potholes in next. Customers can submit requests to pave their town’s potholes at Domino’s new pothole-related website. Any potholes repaired by this project will be emblazoned with the Domino’s logo and slogan.

This initiative is undeniably good for the towns where Domino's shows up. But the fact that a private company has to repair roads is a delicious indictment of the country’s infrastructure problems. Unless Domino’s wants to repair all the nation’s roads and bridges, we need to find a better solution than this.

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