Industry News | November 1, 2009

Domino's to Honor Veterans With Pizza Parties

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Domino's Pizza is offering local VFW Halls the chance to win a catered pizza party this Veterans Day. In honor of the annual holiday, Domino's is inviting U.S. military veterans to write in and tell why they deserve a pizza party catered by Domino's.

Over the years, Domino's has had a connection with the military. Starting in the sixties, the first successful pizzerias were on military bases and college campuses. In 2007, Domino's announced the launch of its U.S. Veterans Franchise Program, honoring the courage and dedication of the men and women of the U.S. military by providing discounted business ownership opportunities to deserving veterans.

The top five VFW Halls with the most compelling stories will win their own pizza party, valued at $100, by emailing their written nomination in 150 words or less to pr@dominos.com. Entrants should include their name, address of VFW Hall, and phone number in the email. Winners will be selected by Domino's based on the nature of the story and notified on November 9 if they are winners.
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