Team up with NFPA and Domino's for Fire Prevention Week!

Blog Post created by susanmckelvey Employee on Jul 21, 2016

NFPA and Domino's are joining forces for the 9th year in a row to deliver fire safety messages and pizza during Fire Prevention Week. This program presents a fun, engaging opportunity to educate people about the importance of working smoke alarms. That's why we're encouraging as many fire departments as possible to team up with their local Domino's store and implement this easy-to-execute campaign in their communities.

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Here's how it works:

  • Call or visit your local Domino's store and ask the owner/manager to participate.
  • Select a day and time-period (usually two to three hours) to randomly choose one to three pizza orders to deliver aboard a fire engine. The participating Domino's delivery expert will follow the fire engine in his or her car.
  • When the pizza delivery arrives to the customer's home, firefighters will check the home for working smoke alarms. If the smoke alarms work, the customer's order is free (cost absorbed by the Domino's store). If the smoke alarms aren't working, the fire department will replace the batteries or install fully functioning alarms (cost absorbed by the fire department).


FPW in a Box image.pngFire departments that sign up to participate between July 21 and August 6 will be entered automatically into Domino's Fire Prevention Week Sweepstakes. Domino's will randomly select five winners to receive NFPA's "Fire Prevention Week in a Box 300," valued at $325. The package includes: a banner (super-sized 10' x 4'); posters (now two-sided, with one side in English and the other in Spanish); adult brochures; kids activity posters; stickers; magnets; Fire Prevention Week News; and goodie bags.


Sign Up to Participate!

Sparky holding Dominos pizza box.jpgIf your fire department plans to participate in this year's program, please email Danielle Bulger at The winners will be announced approximately two weeks after the August 6 closing date. Good luck!