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Waikato Rugby Stars Served up with Pizza

Media release
August 23, 2011

Waikato Rugby Stars Served up with Pizza

Waikato rugby stars will be on hand next month when Domino’s Pizza in Hillcrest thanks its customers in style.

The store will hold a Customer Appreciation Day on September 3, which will include face painting for the kids, product tasting and Waikato ITM Cup rugby players meeting and greeting customers.

Throughout the day until 5pm, Domino’s Value Range large pizzas will be just $4.90 and Traditional Range large pizzas only $5.90, while three large pizzas will be just $24, pickup or delivered, after 5pm.

Hillcrest franchise owner Anton Pires says the day is aimed at thanking the store’s customers for their loyalty.

“Our customers are incredibly supportive, so it’s only right that we do something special for them in return to say thanks,” he says.

It will no doubt be the end of a busy week for Mr Pires and his team, who hope to break their own record for the number of pizzas sold in a week.

Mr Pires says he’s hoping to turn out more than 3000 pizzas in just seven days, beating the previous record of 2642.

To help achieve that, the store will be selling $6.50 school pizzas and $7.50 lunch pizzas for businesses until 4pm each day from August 29 to September 2.

The Hillcrest Domino’s Pizza Customer Appreciation Day will be held on September 3 at its store at the Cambridge Shopping Centre, Cambridge Road, Hillcrest, Hamilton.

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


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