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If you know someone who’s had a baby named Dom or Dominique on December 9 this year, let them know they’ve scored 60 years of pizza from Domino’s!

What’s in a name? They say a rose by any other name is still a rose, yes? But a pizza by any other name isn’t necessarily a yummy, scrummilicious pizza. Which is why we all have our favourite pizza haunts.

Domino’s – which celebrated 60 years of delivering delicious pizza across the universe on December 9, 2020 – is paying tribute to its namesake by running a competition where anyone named Dominic or Dominique born on this date, wins 60 years’ worth of free pizza.

That’s a free hot meal every month until 2080 or approximately 720 nights off cooking.

While Domino’s reps say nothing can top the safe arrival of a new baby, being able to treat your family and friends to free pizza from birth is certainly something cool to brag about later in life.

So, to recap: Domino’s is gifting $10,080 (the equivalent of a $14 pizza every month for 60 years) to the family of a baby named ‘Dominic’ or ‘Dominique’ born in Australia on December 9, 2020.

To win, eligible parents must be the first to confirm with Domino’s that their baby meets these requirements by sending an email to dombaby@dominos.com.au (a certified birth certificate will later be required for verification).

The promo runs from December 9 2020, and will close at 11.59PM AEST on January 17, 2021.

Lisa Andrews

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