Domino’s Pizza, Inc. (NYSE: DPZ) announced today that they will give away approximately 10M slices of pizza within their local communities.
“We empowered our managers to look for opportunities in their local neighborhoods to donate pizzas to those in need,” said Domino’s franchisee Pat Farmer, who owns stores in the Seattle-Tacoma area. “It could be for families, frontline workers or even those showing up to work at our grocery stores. Stores are now actively looking for who they can help next.”
The giveaway will take place in both Domino’s company-owned and franchised stores and will start this week .
“We take our responsibility seriously and we are honored that we can provide meals to those in need, as well as those who are working to save lives during this difficult time,” said Memphis-area Domino’s franchisee Jason Shifflett.
Domino’s Pizza, Inc. (NYSE: DPZ) Pre-market price is up at $339.98 (+11.75 (3.58%)). Looks like Domino’s will survive this coronavirus crisis and will be stronger than before when it all ends.