Schools benefit from Super Bowl pizza
Jan 31, 2014 | 1008 views | 0 0 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Super Bowl Sunday is always a big social day throughout the county and it is also a big day for ordering pizza.

This Sunday Dominos' Pizza in Cleveland will raise funds for the Cleveland School District as a part of its Dough Raiser Program.

Domino's will donate $1 to the schools for every pizza sold on that day.

"We do two dough raisers for each school in the area and one will be on Super Bowl Sunday and will give us the best opportunity to raise money for the school. This will benefit the entire school district. It's something we thought would be fun to do," said Neal Anderson, Domino's Pizza Franchise owner.

Anderson said he expects to make and sell hundreds of pizzas.

"Any pizza that's sold and there's no need to mention that they are ordering for the dough raiser. Even customers that don't know about the dough raiser still donate when they purchase a pizza," he added.

To order a pizza on Sunday call 662-843-3663 or order online at www.dominos.com