Littleton, Colo., was chosen as a recipient of Domino’s “Paving for Pizza” grant to fix potholes, according to a press release from the City of Littleton.
“Cracks, bumps, and potholes can easily ruin a good carryout pizza, and nobody wants that,” said Mike Rea, who owns one of the Littleton Domino’s locations, in a city press release. “We’re thrilled that Littleton was selected as a grant recipient to help smooth the ride home for our carryout customers.”
The Paving for Pizza program launched in June 2018, allowing customers to vote for their town to receive a grant to repair potholes. Domino’s received more than 194,000 unique nominations in all 50 states, so it decided to not just repair potholes in one town, but to repair potholes in one community in every state.
“The Paving for Pizza program is a great additional opportunity to help make improvements to our city roads and we are thrilled to be selected by Domino’s,” said Littleton Mayor Debbie Brinkman in the city press release.
Littleton plans to hold a Pothole Paving Palooza in April 2019. While the grant repairs potholes, residents who come out will enjoy free pizza, giveaways, and surprises. The city will announce the date and location of the Pothole Paving Palooza soon.