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Why did Domino's pay Milwaukee $5,000 to fill 200 potholes?

Posted at 7:51 PM, Aug 22, 2018

The pizza chain Domino’s forked over $5,000 to the city of Milwaukee to fill potholes. 

The move is part of an ad campaign the pizza maker is doing to help remove potholes that can ruin a pizza en route to your home. 

The Department of Public Works confirmed that they received the money from Domino’s to fill the potholes.

The pizza company has filled some 200 potholes city-wide. 

The potholes were not concentrated on any specific area. 

The Domino’s logo was reportedly not painted on the filled potholes, as seen in some of their television advertisements.