Domino’s is thanking those who supported the Permian Basin Honor Flight Tuesday when the locations at 42nd Street in Odessa and the Illinois location in Midland raised nearly $4,000 to benefit the Permian Basin Honor Flight.
Domino’s will host another event at two new locations from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at 960 E. 87th St., in Odessa and 4519 N. Garfield in Midland.
Domino’s will be offering medium hand tossed cheese or pepperoni pizzas from the Domino’s trailers for only $3 each, with $1 from each pizza sale going directly to the Permian Basin Honor Flight.
This offer is only for pick up at these two locations for cash only. The goal is to raise another $4,000 for the Permian Basin Honor Flight during this 2-hour event.
The Permian Basin Honor Flight is part of the Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization that honors American war veterans by flying them to Washington, D.C. free of charge to visit and reflect at their memorials. Each year, the Permian Basin Honor Flight takes a plane full of veterans and their guardians to Washington D.C., at a cost of nearly $250,000. The Network is supported by grateful Americans and businesses to help turn a veteran dream into reality. The local Domino’s franchise owners, Jim & Cassie Gerety, are both children of military veterans and have supported the Permian Basin Honor Flight for a number of years.