NOLA Domino's pitches in for continued Katrina relief

May 16, 2013

New Orleans Domino's Pizza has continued its partnership with the United Way of Southeast Louisiana Area and, in conjunction with Rebuild Together, has raised $11,500 toward the rebuild of a home in the Hollygrove neighborhood. Domino's will help host a Welcome Home Party today for the family who was forced to evacuate following Hurricane Katrina.

New Orleans Domino's Pizza, locally owned and operated by RPM Pizza, raised the money through contributions from customers via in-store fundraising efforts, and also had several team members spend the day volunteering toward the house build last November.

"We will continue to do whatever we can to help get families in the communities that we are a part of get back on their feet, and — in the case of many receiving support from the United Way and Rebuilding Together — return home where they belong," said Glenn Mueller, RPM Pizza president and Domino's Pizza New Orleans franchise owner.

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Topics: Domino's Pizza, Marketing / Branding / Promotion, Social Responsibility

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