Domino's Honoring Farmers with Pizza Offer while Donating to FFA

May 22, 2019 12:17 PM
Domino’s is honoring American farmers by offering two-topping carryout pizzas for $5.99 each from May 20-26.

Domino’s is honoring American farmers by offering two-topping carryout pizzas for $5.99 each from May 20-26.

“Domino’s wouldn’t exist without dairy, tomato and wheat farmers across the U.S.,” says Jenny Fouracre, Domino’s spokesperson. “Farmers work seven days a week, just like Domino’s stores and team members – all working hard to bring delicious food to customers' tables every day.”

The weeklong offer was put together as a thank you to farmers and so customers of Domino’s could recognize the hard work of farmers.

The marketing campaign is also part of Domino’s commitment to supporting National FFA Organization. The largest pizza company in the world based on global retail sales is currently in the third year of a five-year, $1 million commitment to FFA. Domino’s has been backing FFA’s agricultural literacy and advocacy program, since 2017. The pizza maker has also provided college scholarships to 54 FFA members studying agriculture across 25 states in the U.S.

The two-topping $5.99 pizza offer is available via carryout and can be ordered over the phone, in-store, at or via Domino's mobile ordering apps.

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Spell Check

Central, IL
5/22/2019 12:34 PM

  Oh brother! And this lame marketing scheme gets free publicity as "news?" They forgot to "honor" the cardboard box manufacturers, without whom their low quality, mass-produced, carryout pizza would leave a greasy stain on your passenger seat.

Dave S
Collins, IA
5/22/2019 09:33 PM

  Most people don't know that Domino's was the ONE food company that DIDN'T bow to HSUS and force pig farmers to stop using gestation crates. They felt that farmers are the one to best decide how to raise their crops and livestock.

5/22/2019 02:36 PM

  Nice to see the donation to the FFA! Will be taking advantage of this offer. My kids like their pizza. Positive press for farmers is always a plus.


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