He was shamed by the New York pizza community
Did you know you could place an order to Domino's Pizza by simply texting the pizza slice emoji to the appointed number? Bryce Petty was pretty pleased when he found out: New York Jets fans on the other hand? Not so much. The rookieShow More Summary
Once in New York or surrounding areas, it’s generally considered bad form to eat national chain pizzerias like Domino’s, Pizza (...)
Philip Rivers signed a four-year contract extension with the San Diego Chargers on Monday, and he went all-out in celebrating the $84 million—$65 million guaranteed—boost to his bank account. How, you ask? Like all elite quarterbacks—with a pizza from Domino’s. “I don’t know that I’d call it a celebration,” Rivers said. Show More Summary
Philip Rivers signed a four-year contract extension with the Chargers worth a reported $65 million in guaranteed money. So how did he (...)
Brands love emojis. Dominos recently invited its US customers to order pizzas with them, while WWF used them in a fundraising campaign. And now McDonald's has brought them to life in a cute new TV spot for the French market....
No man is a pizza-less island. Not if Domino's has anything to do with it.
See a need, fill a need. After an April Fools’ joke of helicopter pizza delivery left pizza-craving islanders thinking wishfully, a Dominos in the St. Maarten airport has officially teamed up with the airline Winair to offer small, neighboring islands pizza delivered by plane. Audrey Agard, a manager at the Dominos location, told Mashable that [Read more...]
Pizza chain announces tiered delivery system as store network grows.
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Say what you will about kids these days, but apparently when it comes to games, you can entertain them with simple names and themes. The 80's had Avoid the Noid, a Domino's Pizza tie-in game and commercial campaign. Noodlecake's Avoid isn't trying to sell you pizza at all! It has you moving a ragdoll dude
When you order from Pizza Hut -- or from any chain pizza restaurant, for that matter -- you know what to expect. There's a difference between brick oven goodness and something in the realm of Domino's and Papa John's. This is not a...Show More Summary
Plus, Toronto restaurants owe their employees hundreds of thousands in back wages. — Stock up on those Froot Loops, kids, because soon they may be made with colors derived from actual plants and could legitimately be called "fruit loops." The horror. Show More Summary
The pizza company continues its investment in the emojisphere with Emoji Literacy, a new site dedicated to understanding the pictorial "language"
Domino’s will now deliver to India’s public rail system, taking on a new adventure, one that could either greatly improve their business or put it in the dumps. Pizza deliverymen, like postmen, are used to facing all sorts of weather...Show More Summary
Pepperoni is the king of pizza toppings. Everything else falls under its dynasty. Facts are facts. Tim McIntyre, vice president of communications for Domino's Pizza, told HuffPost that no matter the area of the country, pepperoni isShow More Summary
Domino's is cracking down on a digital affliction that affects millions of smartphone-wielding Americans: emoji illiteracy. The pizza chain is handing out free flashcards online to help befuddled texters decipher the little cartoon symbols that increasingly pepper conversations and social media as part of its latest ad campaign. Show More Summary
It may take longer than 30 minutes, though
It's no secret that school lunch isn't exactly healthy—Cheetos, Domino's, and funnel cake are still fair game to serve to the millions of kids that receive free food under federal breakfast and lunch programs. A report released this week by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine reveals which companies are profiting off of school meals. Show More Summary