No one can say no to pizza, so it's too bad that it takes so much fossil fuel to get it delivered to my front door. That's why a Las Vegas Domino's pizza joint has started using ZAP (Zero Air Pollution) Xebras to deliver pizzas to their customers. The cars, provided by the Electric Vehicle Company (EVC), will allow Domino's to save money on gas and also do good for the environment. Currently being run as a feasibility test, Domino's hopes to find ways to be a "responsible consumer of our planet's natural resources"
In any case, it seems like a great marketing tool. That little bugger stands out way more than a cheap sign mounted on top of a random car. Hopefully this program expands to more locations. I'd buy a pizza just to see one.
written by Hun Boon, May 11, 2007
written by John Barrie, May 12, 2007
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