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Domino's is helping to repair potholes so your pizza stays perfect

Customers can nominate their local highways online

By Alexandra Jardine. Published on Jun 11, 2018

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Potholed roads are a big problem. They can dent your car, burst your tires, cause serious injuries to cyclists--and (heaven forbid) cause irreparable damage to your pizza, says Domino's.

The brand's latest marketing ruse is to ally itself to the cause of the many people who fume about unrepaired roads in the U.S.: it's asking customers to nominate their local roads for repair at a website, pavingforpizza.com. If their town is selected, the customer will be notified and the city will receive funds to help repair roads. The company says it's already repaired roads in Bartonville, Texas; Milford, Delaware; Athens, Georgia; and Burbank, California, and the campaign will continue for three months throughout the summer. Altogether, there are 20 grants to be handed out.

The campaign, by CP&B, is a follow up to last year's launch of "carryout insurance" for pizzas by Domino's, with a promise to replace your pie if anything untoward befalls it. While, like that campaign, it's mainly fun PR, the road paving promise adds an element of giving back to the community as well.

While Domino's says it's not planning to expand the scehme internationally at present, we think it has global potential: the U.K. in particular is suffering from an unprecedented number of potholed roads.

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Date
Jun 11, 2018
Client:
Domino's
Agency:
Crispin Porter + Bogusky
Global Chief Creative Officer:
Linus Karlsson
EVP Executive Creative Director:
Tony Calcao
Creative Director:
Kelly McCormick
Creative Director:
D'Arcy O'Neill
Associate Creative Director:
Marthon Pucci
Associate Creative Director:
Brian Caruso
Associate Creative Director:
Emily Salas
Associate Creative Director:
Tyler Gonerka
VP Director of Content Production:
Sloan Schroeder
Integrated Producer:
Alina Moeller
Jr Producer:
Amber Pena
VP/Executive Integrated Producer:
Dan Corken
Interactive Producer:
Morgan Burrows
Account Director:
Jacqueline Redmond
Account Director:
Allison Foley
Content Supervisor:
Michelle Robertson
Content Supervisor:
Mark Hurley
Content Manager:
Brad George
Content Manager:
Sam Carolan
Business Affairs Manager:
Kimberly Campbell
Business Affairs Manager:
Cristina Fajardo
Group Director Strategy:
Courtney Loveman
Strategist:
Katie Sherman
Production Company:
Chelsea Pictures
Director:
Thomas Beug
Owner/Executive Producer:
Lisa Mehling
VP/Executive Producer:
Pat McGoldrick
Producer:
Maeliosa Tiernan
Telecine Company:
CO3
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Stefan Sonnenfeld
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Aaron Flickinger
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Katie Andrews
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Union Editorial
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Spencer Ferszt
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James Bedford
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Michael Raimondi
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Lime Studios
Executive Producer:
Susie Boyajan
Producer:
Kayla Phungglan
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Matt Miller
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Lisa Mermelstein
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Method Studios
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Kelly Bumbarger
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Thomas Downs
Support Flame Artist:
Aidan Thomas
Support Flame Artist:
Sean Wilson
Support Flame Artist:
Louis Schachte
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Julia Paskert
Executive Producer:
Ananda Reavis
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Thuy Ta
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Cut Quest
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JSM Music
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