Domino’s Pizza Gunnedah will be serving up for drought relief on Wednesday.
Between 4pm and 9pm, 50 cents from every pizza sold at the Gunnedah store will be donated to Rural Aid Australia.
Gunnedah francisee Mark Coyle said Domino’s was “excited to be part of the local community”.
“Our advisory council got together, which I sit on, and collectively between us and the head of staff, we came up with a concept,” he said.
“I think at the end of the day, all our stores are locally owned and all our franchisees live locally or spend a lot of time locally, and we want to be part of the local community and give back where we can.
“In Gunnedah, we employ locally about 25-30 kids. All those kids have got families and are connected to the local area.”
Mr Coyle said Domino’s was already considering running the initiative again.
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