Free Domino’s Pizza to Help Attacked Deliveryman

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Posted October 26, 2009 by Anthony Mariani in Blotch

From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. tomorrow (Tuesday), Domino’s Pizza will be doling out free large one-topping pizzas to the first 150 customers at Domino’s 900 Henderson St. location who donate to the rehabilitation fund of Fred Rein, the 66-year-old Domino’s deliveryman who was robbed and brutally attacked by some teenagers on the South Side a couple of weeks ago. Rein is still in the hospital, and his family is currently coping with sizable medical bills. For customers who make donations after the initial 150, the Henderson store is offering $5 off carryout orders. Every other Domino’s location in Tarrant County will also be knocking $5 off carryout orders for donors from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. tomorrow (Tuesday). Minimum donation is reportedly $1. That amount, however, has not been confirmed. Call ahead (817-335-8888) to check.

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One Comment


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    Bryan

    My question is If he was working for Domino’s at the time, why are they not picking up his medical bills? Let me know where I can send money to the family and I will send it to help them. Not to pay what I feel is a major corporations responsibility.





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