Domino's is partnering with U.S. towns and cities to fix potholes across America's streets.
Yes, the pizza company.
Domino's recently paved hundreds of potholes in towns in California, Delaware, Georgia, and Texas complete with the company's "OH YES WE DID." logo.
Moving forward, Domino's will provide 20 grants to towns and cities to have their potholes fixed.
The company cited potholes as a cause for concern because of "what they can do to your pizza." But there is no doubt this is very much a PR move by the pizza makers.
And it's working.
Social media was abuzz for the last two days with many wondering why the cities themselves weren't taking proper action while praising the company's move.
Dominos is paying their own money to pave over potholes in cities because cities aren’t taking responsibility and this is the greatest PR ever and honesty so sad that a pizza chain is doing the governments job pic.twitter.com/seXY0Ovoq5— trey (@GothicKingCobra) June 12, 2018
With thousands of grants applications already piling in, it's clear people are thankful for Domino's (and their dough).