PIC: The Most Unusual Domino's Pizza Delivery Happened In Dublin Recently

Only a few lucky Dubliners are able to avail of this type of delivery.

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It's always good to know that delivery people will stop at nothing to get your order to your as quick as possible.

And to celebrate the opening of their new store in Ringsend, Domino's decided to deliver one lucky person's pizza by wakeboard.

The store in Ringsend will be Domino's 50th store.

The ‘Domi-board’ is being trialled with dock-side residents, who will be able to order freshly handmade pizza straight to their door, ‘flipping fast’.

As part of the trial, Ireland’s favourite pizza-maker commissioned the design of a special wakeboard to serve the local community across Grand Canal dock, home to the new Ringsend store.

The latest addition to Domino’s delivery fleet was created by the experts at Dublin’s leading water sports centre, Pure Magic and then ‘splash-tested’ by the famed stunt wakeboarder, Sean Redmond.

Sean wakeboarded the stretch of the ‘Silicon Docks’ in 36 seconds, shaving two minutes off the average delivery time from the store with his one-of-a-kind canalside delivery.

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To further celebrate the 50th store, Domino’s will be raising funds for its official charity partner in Ireland, Barretstown; helping it in its mission to bring more children and families with a serious illness to its camp.

Barretstown aims for the children to leave the camp stronger, more independent and with a renewed sense of confidence.

So, for every Pepperoni Passion sold on Wednesday, 12 September Domino’s will donate €1.00 in support of Barretstown.

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Darragh Berry

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