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Domino’s Now Delivers Pizza to 150,000 Parks, Beaches, and Sports Fields

Domino’s Now Delivers Pizza to 150,000 Parks, Beaches, and Sports Fields

The next battle in the food-delivery wars

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You can now have a pizza delivered to your picnic in the park.

Just in time for warmer weather, Domino’s will drop off pies to more than 150,000 parks, beaches, sports fields and other curbside spots around the country without an official address.

Called “hotspots,” they’ll only be available for prepaid orders made online at dominos.com or on mobile apps.

Here in New York, hotspots include more than a dozen in or around Central Park, two at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, dozens along the Brooklyn shores of Coney Island, Brighton Beach and Manhattan Beach, the Astoria Park Tennis courts in Queens, and the Silver Lake Golf Course on Staten Island.

“We listened to customers and their need for pizza delivery to locations without a traditional address,” said Russell Weiner, president of Domino’s USA. “We know that delivery is all about convenience, and Domino’s Hotspots are an innovation that is all about flexible delivery options for customers.”

Once location technology determines where the person ordering is, Domino’s hotspots pop up on a map so patrons can select one. Before completing the order, customers can leave a note to help drivers find them. A text then tells customers the driver’s ETA.

If you’d like to find a delivery location in your area, visit dominos.com/hotspots.

What the new technology does not do, however, is explain why anyone in New York City would order from the chain when most nabes boast decent pizza joints on nearly every corner. But then again, they probably won’t bring your order to the beach.


Domino's App Will Let You Order Pizza at the Beach or a Park (This Could Get Dangerous!)

The app feature will allow hungry pizza lovers to get pies without an actual address.

Ordering pizza is normally a straightforward process: You call or log on to the app, place your order, give your address, and boom—pizza in 30 minutes (or, okay, more like an hour). But what about when you&aposre at the beach or hanging out in your favorite grassy meadow at the park and your stomach starts sending those pizza pangs to you brain? You just put that blanket down and you&aposre not about to give up that prime suntanning spot! Don&apost despair, because Domino&aposs has you covered with new "hotspots," high traffic locations that don&apost have traditional addresses.

Starting today, the app recognizes over 150,000 of these hotspots nationwide. They include beaches and parks, as well as sports fields and other area hangouts or landmarks that have been determined by local Domino&aposs stores. Users of the app just need to find a hotspot near their location and prepay for the order, then provide instructions for the driver to more easily locate them. But while it&aposd be ideal for the delivery person to come find you in the middle of a crowded beach, you will need to meet them at a designated hotspot location to grab your order.

"We listened to customers and their need for pizza delivery to locations without a traditional address," Russell Weiner, president of Domino&aposs USA, said in a statement. "Now customers spending time at some of our new Domino&aposs Hotspots locations, like Tommy Lasorda Field of Dreams in Los Angeles or even next to the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, can have a pizza conveniently delivered to them, thanks to our innovative Domino&aposs Delivery Hotspots."

Indeed, the locations of Domino&aposs new hotspots are rather specific, yet varied. Based on a cursory search of the Hotspots Locator around our offices, we found parks, hospitals, public transit hubs, and even a police station listed as possible pizza dropoff points. (Hey, when you&aposre cleared of charges pizza isn&apost a bad way to celebrate!)

In the burgeoning delivery economy currently sweeping American cities, the hotspots are just another in a series of convenience plays Domino&aposs has made. It also launched ordering via voice, emoji and the Slack app, a workplace communication and chat tool. The chain has also experimented with robotic, driverless delivery, all in the name of more pizza on the move.


Domino's App Will Let You Order Pizza at the Beach or a Park (This Could Get Dangerous!)

The app feature will allow hungry pizza lovers to get pies without an actual address.

Ordering pizza is normally a straightforward process: You call or log on to the app, place your order, give your address, and boom—pizza in 30 minutes (or, okay, more like an hour). But what about when you&aposre at the beach or hanging out in your favorite grassy meadow at the park and your stomach starts sending those pizza pangs to you brain? You just put that blanket down and you&aposre not about to give up that prime suntanning spot! Don&apost despair, because Domino&aposs has you covered with new "hotspots," high traffic locations that don&apost have traditional addresses.

Starting today, the app recognizes over 150,000 of these hotspots nationwide. They include beaches and parks, as well as sports fields and other area hangouts or landmarks that have been determined by local Domino&aposs stores. Users of the app just need to find a hotspot near their location and prepay for the order, then provide instructions for the driver to more easily locate them. But while it&aposd be ideal for the delivery person to come find you in the middle of a crowded beach, you will need to meet them at a designated hotspot location to grab your order.

"We listened to customers and their need for pizza delivery to locations without a traditional address," Russell Weiner, president of Domino&aposs USA, said in a statement. "Now customers spending time at some of our new Domino&aposs Hotspots locations, like Tommy Lasorda Field of Dreams in Los Angeles or even next to the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, can have a pizza conveniently delivered to them, thanks to our innovative Domino&aposs Delivery Hotspots."

Indeed, the locations of Domino&aposs new hotspots are rather specific, yet varied. Based on a cursory search of the Hotspots Locator around our offices, we found parks, hospitals, public transit hubs, and even a police station listed as possible pizza dropoff points. (Hey, when you&aposre cleared of charges pizza isn&apost a bad way to celebrate!)

In the burgeoning delivery economy currently sweeping American cities, the hotspots are just another in a series of convenience plays Domino&aposs has made. It also launched ordering via voice, emoji and the Slack app, a workplace communication and chat tool. The chain has also experimented with robotic, driverless delivery, all in the name of more pizza on the move.


Domino's App Will Let You Order Pizza at the Beach or a Park (This Could Get Dangerous!)

The app feature will allow hungry pizza lovers to get pies without an actual address.

Ordering pizza is normally a straightforward process: You call or log on to the app, place your order, give your address, and boom—pizza in 30 minutes (or, okay, more like an hour). But what about when you&aposre at the beach or hanging out in your favorite grassy meadow at the park and your stomach starts sending those pizza pangs to you brain? You just put that blanket down and you&aposre not about to give up that prime suntanning spot! Don&apost despair, because Domino&aposs has you covered with new "hotspots," high traffic locations that don&apost have traditional addresses.

Starting today, the app recognizes over 150,000 of these hotspots nationwide. They include beaches and parks, as well as sports fields and other area hangouts or landmarks that have been determined by local Domino&aposs stores. Users of the app just need to find a hotspot near their location and prepay for the order, then provide instructions for the driver to more easily locate them. But while it&aposd be ideal for the delivery person to come find you in the middle of a crowded beach, you will need to meet them at a designated hotspot location to grab your order.

"We listened to customers and their need for pizza delivery to locations without a traditional address," Russell Weiner, president of Domino&aposs USA, said in a statement. "Now customers spending time at some of our new Domino&aposs Hotspots locations, like Tommy Lasorda Field of Dreams in Los Angeles or even next to the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, can have a pizza conveniently delivered to them, thanks to our innovative Domino&aposs Delivery Hotspots."

Indeed, the locations of Domino&aposs new hotspots are rather specific, yet varied. Based on a cursory search of the Hotspots Locator around our offices, we found parks, hospitals, public transit hubs, and even a police station listed as possible pizza dropoff points. (Hey, when you&aposre cleared of charges pizza isn&apost a bad way to celebrate!)

In the burgeoning delivery economy currently sweeping American cities, the hotspots are just another in a series of convenience plays Domino&aposs has made. It also launched ordering via voice, emoji and the Slack app, a workplace communication and chat tool. The chain has also experimented with robotic, driverless delivery, all in the name of more pizza on the move.


Domino's App Will Let You Order Pizza at the Beach or a Park (This Could Get Dangerous!)

The app feature will allow hungry pizza lovers to get pies without an actual address.

Ordering pizza is normally a straightforward process: You call or log on to the app, place your order, give your address, and boom—pizza in 30 minutes (or, okay, more like an hour). But what about when you&aposre at the beach or hanging out in your favorite grassy meadow at the park and your stomach starts sending those pizza pangs to you brain? You just put that blanket down and you&aposre not about to give up that prime suntanning spot! Don&apost despair, because Domino&aposs has you covered with new "hotspots," high traffic locations that don&apost have traditional addresses.

Starting today, the app recognizes over 150,000 of these hotspots nationwide. They include beaches and parks, as well as sports fields and other area hangouts or landmarks that have been determined by local Domino&aposs stores. Users of the app just need to find a hotspot near their location and prepay for the order, then provide instructions for the driver to more easily locate them. But while it&aposd be ideal for the delivery person to come find you in the middle of a crowded beach, you will need to meet them at a designated hotspot location to grab your order.

"We listened to customers and their need for pizza delivery to locations without a traditional address," Russell Weiner, president of Domino&aposs USA, said in a statement. "Now customers spending time at some of our new Domino&aposs Hotspots locations, like Tommy Lasorda Field of Dreams in Los Angeles or even next to the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, can have a pizza conveniently delivered to them, thanks to our innovative Domino&aposs Delivery Hotspots."

Indeed, the locations of Domino&aposs new hotspots are rather specific, yet varied. Based on a cursory search of the Hotspots Locator around our offices, we found parks, hospitals, public transit hubs, and even a police station listed as possible pizza dropoff points. (Hey, when you&aposre cleared of charges pizza isn&apost a bad way to celebrate!)

In the burgeoning delivery economy currently sweeping American cities, the hotspots are just another in a series of convenience plays Domino&aposs has made. It also launched ordering via voice, emoji and the Slack app, a workplace communication and chat tool. The chain has also experimented with robotic, driverless delivery, all in the name of more pizza on the move.


Domino's App Will Let You Order Pizza at the Beach or a Park (This Could Get Dangerous!)

The app feature will allow hungry pizza lovers to get pies without an actual address.

Ordering pizza is normally a straightforward process: You call or log on to the app, place your order, give your address, and boom—pizza in 30 minutes (or, okay, more like an hour). But what about when you&aposre at the beach or hanging out in your favorite grassy meadow at the park and your stomach starts sending those pizza pangs to you brain? You just put that blanket down and you&aposre not about to give up that prime suntanning spot! Don&apost despair, because Domino&aposs has you covered with new "hotspots," high traffic locations that don&apost have traditional addresses.

Starting today, the app recognizes over 150,000 of these hotspots nationwide. They include beaches and parks, as well as sports fields and other area hangouts or landmarks that have been determined by local Domino&aposs stores. Users of the app just need to find a hotspot near their location and prepay for the order, then provide instructions for the driver to more easily locate them. But while it&aposd be ideal for the delivery person to come find you in the middle of a crowded beach, you will need to meet them at a designated hotspot location to grab your order.

"We listened to customers and their need for pizza delivery to locations without a traditional address," Russell Weiner, president of Domino&aposs USA, said in a statement. "Now customers spending time at some of our new Domino&aposs Hotspots locations, like Tommy Lasorda Field of Dreams in Los Angeles or even next to the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, can have a pizza conveniently delivered to them, thanks to our innovative Domino&aposs Delivery Hotspots."

Indeed, the locations of Domino&aposs new hotspots are rather specific, yet varied. Based on a cursory search of the Hotspots Locator around our offices, we found parks, hospitals, public transit hubs, and even a police station listed as possible pizza dropoff points. (Hey, when you&aposre cleared of charges pizza isn&apost a bad way to celebrate!)

In the burgeoning delivery economy currently sweeping American cities, the hotspots are just another in a series of convenience plays Domino&aposs has made. It also launched ordering via voice, emoji and the Slack app, a workplace communication and chat tool. The chain has also experimented with robotic, driverless delivery, all in the name of more pizza on the move.


Domino's App Will Let You Order Pizza at the Beach or a Park (This Could Get Dangerous!)

The app feature will allow hungry pizza lovers to get pies without an actual address.

Ordering pizza is normally a straightforward process: You call or log on to the app, place your order, give your address, and boom—pizza in 30 minutes (or, okay, more like an hour). But what about when you&aposre at the beach or hanging out in your favorite grassy meadow at the park and your stomach starts sending those pizza pangs to you brain? You just put that blanket down and you&aposre not about to give up that prime suntanning spot! Don&apost despair, because Domino&aposs has you covered with new "hotspots," high traffic locations that don&apost have traditional addresses.

Starting today, the app recognizes over 150,000 of these hotspots nationwide. They include beaches and parks, as well as sports fields and other area hangouts or landmarks that have been determined by local Domino&aposs stores. Users of the app just need to find a hotspot near their location and prepay for the order, then provide instructions for the driver to more easily locate them. But while it&aposd be ideal for the delivery person to come find you in the middle of a crowded beach, you will need to meet them at a designated hotspot location to grab your order.

"We listened to customers and their need for pizza delivery to locations without a traditional address," Russell Weiner, president of Domino&aposs USA, said in a statement. "Now customers spending time at some of our new Domino&aposs Hotspots locations, like Tommy Lasorda Field of Dreams in Los Angeles or even next to the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, can have a pizza conveniently delivered to them, thanks to our innovative Domino&aposs Delivery Hotspots."

Indeed, the locations of Domino&aposs new hotspots are rather specific, yet varied. Based on a cursory search of the Hotspots Locator around our offices, we found parks, hospitals, public transit hubs, and even a police station listed as possible pizza dropoff points. (Hey, when you&aposre cleared of charges pizza isn&apost a bad way to celebrate!)

In the burgeoning delivery economy currently sweeping American cities, the hotspots are just another in a series of convenience plays Domino&aposs has made. It also launched ordering via voice, emoji and the Slack app, a workplace communication and chat tool. The chain has also experimented with robotic, driverless delivery, all in the name of more pizza on the move.


Domino's App Will Let You Order Pizza at the Beach or a Park (This Could Get Dangerous!)

The app feature will allow hungry pizza lovers to get pies without an actual address.

Ordering pizza is normally a straightforward process: You call or log on to the app, place your order, give your address, and boom—pizza in 30 minutes (or, okay, more like an hour). But what about when you&aposre at the beach or hanging out in your favorite grassy meadow at the park and your stomach starts sending those pizza pangs to you brain? You just put that blanket down and you&aposre not about to give up that prime suntanning spot! Don&apost despair, because Domino&aposs has you covered with new "hotspots," high traffic locations that don&apost have traditional addresses.

Starting today, the app recognizes over 150,000 of these hotspots nationwide. They include beaches and parks, as well as sports fields and other area hangouts or landmarks that have been determined by local Domino&aposs stores. Users of the app just need to find a hotspot near their location and prepay for the order, then provide instructions for the driver to more easily locate them. But while it&aposd be ideal for the delivery person to come find you in the middle of a crowded beach, you will need to meet them at a designated hotspot location to grab your order.

"We listened to customers and their need for pizza delivery to locations without a traditional address," Russell Weiner, president of Domino&aposs USA, said in a statement. "Now customers spending time at some of our new Domino&aposs Hotspots locations, like Tommy Lasorda Field of Dreams in Los Angeles or even next to the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, can have a pizza conveniently delivered to them, thanks to our innovative Domino&aposs Delivery Hotspots."

Indeed, the locations of Domino&aposs new hotspots are rather specific, yet varied. Based on a cursory search of the Hotspots Locator around our offices, we found parks, hospitals, public transit hubs, and even a police station listed as possible pizza dropoff points. (Hey, when you&aposre cleared of charges pizza isn&apost a bad way to celebrate!)

In the burgeoning delivery economy currently sweeping American cities, the hotspots are just another in a series of convenience plays Domino&aposs has made. It also launched ordering via voice, emoji and the Slack app, a workplace communication and chat tool. The chain has also experimented with robotic, driverless delivery, all in the name of more pizza on the move.


Domino's App Will Let You Order Pizza at the Beach or a Park (This Could Get Dangerous!)

The app feature will allow hungry pizza lovers to get pies without an actual address.

Ordering pizza is normally a straightforward process: You call or log on to the app, place your order, give your address, and boom—pizza in 30 minutes (or, okay, more like an hour). But what about when you&aposre at the beach or hanging out in your favorite grassy meadow at the park and your stomach starts sending those pizza pangs to you brain? You just put that blanket down and you&aposre not about to give up that prime suntanning spot! Don&apost despair, because Domino&aposs has you covered with new "hotspots," high traffic locations that don&apost have traditional addresses.

Starting today, the app recognizes over 150,000 of these hotspots nationwide. They include beaches and parks, as well as sports fields and other area hangouts or landmarks that have been determined by local Domino&aposs stores. Users of the app just need to find a hotspot near their location and prepay for the order, then provide instructions for the driver to more easily locate them. But while it&aposd be ideal for the delivery person to come find you in the middle of a crowded beach, you will need to meet them at a designated hotspot location to grab your order.

"We listened to customers and their need for pizza delivery to locations without a traditional address," Russell Weiner, president of Domino&aposs USA, said in a statement. "Now customers spending time at some of our new Domino&aposs Hotspots locations, like Tommy Lasorda Field of Dreams in Los Angeles or even next to the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, can have a pizza conveniently delivered to them, thanks to our innovative Domino&aposs Delivery Hotspots."

Indeed, the locations of Domino&aposs new hotspots are rather specific, yet varied. Based on a cursory search of the Hotspots Locator around our offices, we found parks, hospitals, public transit hubs, and even a police station listed as possible pizza dropoff points. (Hey, when you&aposre cleared of charges pizza isn&apost a bad way to celebrate!)

In the burgeoning delivery economy currently sweeping American cities, the hotspots are just another in a series of convenience plays Domino&aposs has made. It also launched ordering via voice, emoji and the Slack app, a workplace communication and chat tool. The chain has also experimented with robotic, driverless delivery, all in the name of more pizza on the move.


Domino's App Will Let You Order Pizza at the Beach or a Park (This Could Get Dangerous!)

The app feature will allow hungry pizza lovers to get pies without an actual address.

Ordering pizza is normally a straightforward process: You call or log on to the app, place your order, give your address, and boom—pizza in 30 minutes (or, okay, more like an hour). But what about when you&aposre at the beach or hanging out in your favorite grassy meadow at the park and your stomach starts sending those pizza pangs to you brain? You just put that blanket down and you&aposre not about to give up that prime suntanning spot! Don&apost despair, because Domino&aposs has you covered with new "hotspots," high traffic locations that don&apost have traditional addresses.

Starting today, the app recognizes over 150,000 of these hotspots nationwide. They include beaches and parks, as well as sports fields and other area hangouts or landmarks that have been determined by local Domino&aposs stores. Users of the app just need to find a hotspot near their location and prepay for the order, then provide instructions for the driver to more easily locate them. But while it&aposd be ideal for the delivery person to come find you in the middle of a crowded beach, you will need to meet them at a designated hotspot location to grab your order.

"We listened to customers and their need for pizza delivery to locations without a traditional address," Russell Weiner, president of Domino&aposs USA, said in a statement. "Now customers spending time at some of our new Domino&aposs Hotspots locations, like Tommy Lasorda Field of Dreams in Los Angeles or even next to the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, can have a pizza conveniently delivered to them, thanks to our innovative Domino&aposs Delivery Hotspots."

Indeed, the locations of Domino&aposs new hotspots are rather specific, yet varied. Based on a cursory search of the Hotspots Locator around our offices, we found parks, hospitals, public transit hubs, and even a police station listed as possible pizza dropoff points. (Hey, when you&aposre cleared of charges pizza isn&apost a bad way to celebrate!)

In the burgeoning delivery economy currently sweeping American cities, the hotspots are just another in a series of convenience plays Domino&aposs has made. It also launched ordering via voice, emoji and the Slack app, a workplace communication and chat tool. The chain has also experimented with robotic, driverless delivery, all in the name of more pizza on the move.


Domino's App Will Let You Order Pizza at the Beach or a Park (This Could Get Dangerous!)

The app feature will allow hungry pizza lovers to get pies without an actual address.

Ordering pizza is normally a straightforward process: You call or log on to the app, place your order, give your address, and boom—pizza in 30 minutes (or, okay, more like an hour). But what about when you&aposre at the beach or hanging out in your favorite grassy meadow at the park and your stomach starts sending those pizza pangs to you brain? You just put that blanket down and you&aposre not about to give up that prime suntanning spot! Don&apost despair, because Domino&aposs has you covered with new "hotspots," high traffic locations that don&apost have traditional addresses.

Starting today, the app recognizes over 150,000 of these hotspots nationwide. They include beaches and parks, as well as sports fields and other area hangouts or landmarks that have been determined by local Domino&aposs stores. Users of the app just need to find a hotspot near their location and prepay for the order, then provide instructions for the driver to more easily locate them. But while it&aposd be ideal for the delivery person to come find you in the middle of a crowded beach, you will need to meet them at a designated hotspot location to grab your order.

"We listened to customers and their need for pizza delivery to locations without a traditional address," Russell Weiner, president of Domino&aposs USA, said in a statement. "Now customers spending time at some of our new Domino&aposs Hotspots locations, like Tommy Lasorda Field of Dreams in Los Angeles or even next to the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, can have a pizza conveniently delivered to them, thanks to our innovative Domino&aposs Delivery Hotspots."

Indeed, the locations of Domino&aposs new hotspots are rather specific, yet varied. Based on a cursory search of the Hotspots Locator around our offices, we found parks, hospitals, public transit hubs, and even a police station listed as possible pizza dropoff points. (Hey, when you&aposre cleared of charges pizza isn&apost a bad way to celebrate!)

In the burgeoning delivery economy currently sweeping American cities, the hotspots are just another in a series of convenience plays Domino&aposs has made. It also launched ordering via voice, emoji and the Slack app, a workplace communication and chat tool. The chain has also experimented with robotic, driverless delivery, all in the name of more pizza on the move.


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