Dominos PIzza Inc. has chosen Hamtramck to obtain a piece of the pothole that the chain introduced in June.
Residents of the city of approximately 21,000 people submitted "an overwhelming" number of nominations to become $ 5,000. Paving for Pizza "The goal of the program is to rescue Domino's pizza from a bumpy ride to customer homes by repairing problematic potholes.
" Cracks, bumps and potholes can easily ruin a good pizza, and nobody wants that "Aaron Dolkowski, a Detroit Domino franchise owner, said in a statement," We are thrilled that Hamtramck has been selected as a grant recipient to facilitate the drive home for our customers. "
The Patch for Pizza program helps Repairing roads by allowing customers to nominate their community The Ann Arbor-based pizza chain has received more than 1
Hamtramck is one of 11 cities and the only one in Michigan to receive the money. Roads in Texas, California, Georgia and Delaware have already received love from the program.
Grant money is distributed to the municipalities who have authority over how the funds will be used, according to spokeswoman Danielle Bulger. Hamtramck will be responsible for logistics and execution as part of its road budget.
Dominio & # 39; s will accept nominations for the pothole program by December 31st.