To celebrate Domino’s 60th Birthday on 9 December 2020, the pizza company is gifting the equivalent of 60 years’ worth of free pizza to the family of a baby named ‘Dominic’ or ‘Dominique’ born in Australia on that day.
That’s a free hot meal every month until 2080 or approximately 720 nights off cooking.
Domino’s Australia and New Zealand CEO Nick Knight said while nothing could top the safe arrival of a new baby, being able to treat your family and friends to free pizza from birth was certainly something to stork about.
“We have been blessed with 60 incredible years as a company, with 37 of those here in Australia,” he said.
“We wouldn’t be celebrating this milestone without the support of our amazing customers and their faith in us to continue delivering delicious meals for great value.
“What better way for our Domino’s family to mark this occasion and to share the joy of the next 60 years than with a truly unique birthday gift for someone’s own bundle of joy – from our family to yours!
“After all, nothing brings people closer like pizza… and the arrival of a new baby.”
To win, eligible parents must be the first to confirm with Domino’s that their baby was born on 9 December 2020 with the first name ‘Dominic’ or ‘Dominique’ by sending an email to email@example.com.
The winner will then be notified via phone and asked to post a certified copy of their baby’s birth certificate to Domino’s by 30 January 2021.
The family that meets these requirements will receive a cash prize of $10,080 (the equivalent of a $14 pizza every month for 60 years).
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