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Share the Love This Valentine's Day - Lover's Lava Cake

Media release : 29 January, 2013

Share the Love This Valentine's Day - with a Lover's Lava Cake from Domino's!

Go all warm and gooey and share the love this Valentine's Day, with a deliciously devilish Lover's Lava Cake from Domino's - the perfect partner for romantic pizza lovers!

The new Lover's Lava Cake, a heart shaped twist on Domino's iconic Choc Lava Cake dessert, celebrates all things rich and romantic. With a luscious, gooey middle that oozes with decadent chocolate, the award-winning Lava Cake is baked fresh in store with real Belgian chocolate.

Sure to melt hearts this Valentine's Day, the heart shaped Lover's Lava Cake is the ultimate cutie for your cutie. Pack the picnic rug, pull up to your favourite Domino's store, place your favourite pizza order, add a Domino's Lover's Lava Cake and you're set for your most romantic Valentine's Day ever!

Share the love this Valentine's Day and enjoy your Domino's pizza with a heart shaped Lover's Lava Cake added to your order, from just $3.99 each!

For more information, visit www.dominospizza.co.nz

About Domino's:

Domino's Pizza Enterprises Limited is Australia's only publicly-listed pizza company and is the master franchisor for the Domino's Pizza brand in Australia, New Zealand, France, Belgium and The Netherlands. Domino's and its franchisees have 894 stores across five countries, employing more than 21,000 part-time and full-time staff and making more than 60 million pizzas each year.

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