DOMINO’S Pizza in Lurgan is marking the store’s fifth anniversary in the town with a week of fundraising for charity.
For every large pizza Domino’s sells until Sunday, 4 November, the store will donate 50 pence to TinyLife, Northern Ireland’s premature and vulnerable baby charity. Andrea Milligan, community and events officer for TinyLife, officially launched the campaign at Domino’s.
Justin Ward, franchisee of Domino’s in Lurgan, said: “We are very pleased to be celebrating our fifth anniversary in the town and we wanted to say thank you to our loyal customers who have bought our piping hot pizzas since we first opened our doors in 2007.
“At the same time, we are very happy to be able to raise funds for TinyLife, a fantastic cause here in the community. With my team of skilled pizza makers and delivery experts, we’re looking forward to serving pizza lovers in the area and raising funds.”
Mayor of Craigavon, Councillor Carla Lockhart, said: “I was delighted to visit Domino’s for the start of their birthday week promotion.
“I am very pleased they have generously decided to raise funds for my chosen charity – TinyLife – as part of their fifth anniversary celebrations. I hope that customers in Lurgan will dig deep to support this very worthy cause while they tuck into their favourite pizza.”
For more information or to place your order, call the Domino’s store on 02838 329 000 or visit them at Unit 2, 2 Gilpinstown Road, Lurgan BT66 8RL.