Would you get a Domino’s Pizza Tattoo in exchange for 100 pizzas a year for the next 100 years?

Would you get a Domino’s Pizza Tattoo in exchange for 100 pizzas a year for the next 100 years?

Well, that’s exactly what a Domino’s franchise offered in Russia and you can guess what happened… they were inundated with responses forcing them to end the promotion early!

The promotion launched August, 31st 2018 with an end date of 31st October (2 months later) with the promise of 100 free Domino’s pizzas a year for the next 100 years for anyone who got a tattoo of the famous logo on their body and posted the photo online.

It was then urgently stopped just 4 days later, their Vkontakte (Russia’s Facebook Equivalent) page was updated to read:

“An urgent message to all those sitting at the tattoo artist’s right now: We’ll include you in the list of participants, but we’re waiting for photos up to midday today,”

They later went on to say that it would be limited to the first 350 people!


Would you get a Domino's Pizza Tattoo in exchange for 100 pizzas a year for the next 100 years?

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