(WFLA) - If your town is plagued by potholes that need to be fixed, Domino's just might come to the rescue.
The pizza company recently launched a new initiative called "Paving for Pizza."
Domino's says it decided to introduce the program to help cities tackle their pothole problems so your pizza won't fly onto the floor due to poor road conditions.
So far, Domino's has provided funding for towns in California, Texas, Georgia and Delaware.
The company is now taking nominations for more towns that need infrastructure help. They've launched a Paving for Pizza website where people can submit their zip codes for consideration.
Entries will be accepted through August 31.
Domino's already offers free carryout insurance that will replace your pizza if it's damaged after you leave the store.
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