The service is being trialled on a bus service in Blackpool, with bosses hoping customers will want a slice of the action
First they delivered to a train, now Domino’s are to start deliveries to BUS STOPS.
In April, the pizza company winged a delivery over to hungry passenger DJ Artwork as he travelled from Sheffield to Glasgow.
Now bosses at the company are trialling a delivery service on a bus route.
Customers will be able to order from the menu by phone whilst on board the Catch 22 bus route from Mereside to Cleveley in Blackpool.
Domino’s Blackpool Operations Director, David Woods, said: “We like a challenge at Domino’s , so after successfully delivering pizza to a train, we wanted to go one step further and offer people pizza to a bus.”
Aaron Ryder, the first person to order a pizza on the bus, said: “I was on my way to a lunchtime shift at work, when the bus driver announced the new delivery service over the tannoy.
“I love a Mighty Meaty pizza so was straight on the phone to see if I could get it before my journey ended – I did and it was delicious!”
In April, DJ Artwork forgot to grab something to eat before boarding his five-hour trip to Glasgow.
But after the intrepid musician asked followers on Twitter for help, one advised he order a pizza to be delivered to his train.
And, brilliantly, Domino’s delivered his Hawaiian pizza to Darlington station with fans calling it a ‘legendary move’.
The ‘Catch 22’ service, also known as simply the 22 service, links the South Shore areas of Blackpool with the town centre, Claremont, Bispham and Cleveleys.
The route serves the Bispham campus of Blackpool & Fylde College and the shopping areas of Cleveleys, Blackpool town centre and the Clifton retail park.