Tuesday, 1 January 2008

Pizza Boss Makes Special Donation

A pizza maker in Exeter has delivered some much-needed dough in aid of local athletes.The Domino's pizza takeaway has raised £565.75 for Special Olympics athletes, with the help of the local community.

Local Special Olympics athlete Katy Johns and representative Rosemary Johns were presented with a special 'pizza cheque' by Domino's at the Exeter City versus Histon football match at St James's Park last Saturday.

Store boss Jay Milling said: "Domino's is committed to delivering more than just great-tasting pizza.

"Dough-raising is our way of making a difference to the local community and we're glad to provide vital funds to help local athletes in our area."

Special Olympics Great Britain offers people with a learning disability opportunities. It provides year-round sports training and competition to help the athletes gain confidence, grow in stature, develop self-esteem and be given the chance to participate to their fullest potential. Its sports programmes raise awareness of learning disability and seek to promote the abilities of a person rather than focus on disability.

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