Local Domino’s owner wants you to nominate towns for more paving help

By Times Leader Staff
Wilkes-Barre was nominated for the ‘Paving for Pizza’ campaign through Domino’s and received $5,000 to fill potholes. DPW workers used the money to patch a section of North Main Street in August. - Aimee Dilger | Times Leader

DALLAS — Domino’s “Paving for Pizza” promotion, which helped fill some potholes in Wilkes-Barre this summer, is promising to help with paving in at least one town in every state.

And the pizza-aided road work is not over yet in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Seth Gollhardt, who owns 13 local Domino’s stores, is promising to do paving in two more towns.

“After Wilkes-Barre was chosen by Domino’s corporate, I was excited to be able to give two more communities the opportunity to get some of their potholes fixed,” said Gollhardt in a press release.

Residents can nominate their town for the paving help by going to dominosnepa.com. They can also upload pictures of potholes they would like to see fixed.

Nominations will be accepted through Nov. 4, and the two local towns to receive help will be selected Nov. 5.

Gollhardt has chosen Nick Stanley Paving, of Dalton, to do the work.

Nationally, the Domino’s promotion has proven so popular, the chain has received over 1 million nominations for paving help.

Wilkes-Barre was nominated for the ‘Paving for Pizza’ campaign through Domino’s and received $5,000 to fill potholes. DPW workers used the money to patch a section of North Main Street in August.
https://www.timesleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_TTL082918paving2.jpgWilkes-Barre was nominated for the ‘Paving for Pizza’ campaign through Domino’s and received $5,000 to fill potholes. DPW workers used the money to patch a section of North Main Street in August. Aimee Dilger | Times Leader

By Times Leader Staff