Domino’s Now Delivers to Public SouthCoast Hotspots
You no longer need to be at home or work to get a delivery from Domino's here on the Southcoast.
Domino's has announced that they will be delivering to public outdoor spaces like Heritage State Park in Fall River, Pope Park in Acushnet, Livesey Park in Fairhaven or one of FIVE different locations at Buttonwood Park, New Bedford. Imagine laying out on Jones Town Beach in Dartmouth on a summer day. It's lunchtime. You're starting to get a little hungry, so you use your mobile app to order Domino's and have pizzas, wings and drinks delivered right to a hotspot at the beach. You could be watching your son's baseball game at Pope Park in Acushnet and have Domino's delivered. Maybe you're visiting a friend at St. Luke's Hospital. Previously, there may have been some confusion about where exactly to meet. The Domino's hotspots take all of that confusion away and allow Domino's drivers to reliably deliver to customers wherever they may be. If you are stuck doing laundry at Wash World Laundromat...they will deliver food to you. You could be at dozens of different landmarks across the Southcoast, and receive food from Domino's. Customers will be able to tell the app what they are wearing to make the delivery even smoother.
"A lot of our customers who order Domino's at home who also find themselves at public places....at the hospital, UMASS, or at the beach...our new hotspots allow people to order on the road with the same convenience they get when they're ordering from their house. You could have pizza delivered to the ferry terminal as you're waiting to go to the Vineyard. In a nutshell, it's Domino's on the road." --Nelson Hocket-Lotz, Domino's Franchise Owner
Hocket-Lotz also pointed out that some hotspots are active 24 hours a day, while others have limited hours of operation.
You can find a complete list of all of our local Domino's hotspots by clicking the button below.
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