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Domino's offering medication delivery for residents stuck at home

Domino's franchises in the Port City are offering to deliver prescription medication orders, along with pizza dishes, to residents who find themselves stuck at home due to winter weather and poor driving conditions. Domino's franchises in the Port City are offering to deliver prescription medication orders, along with pizza dishes, to residents who find themselves stuck at home due to winter weather and poor driving conditions.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT)- Wilmington residents are taking advantage of a special delivery system during this winter storm.

Domino's franchises in the Port City are offering to deliver prescription medication orders, along with pizza dishes, to residents who find themselves stuck at home due to winter weather and poor driving conditions.

According to Gene Galindo, Director of Operations for Wilmington Domino's franchises, the company decided to offer this special deal for the first time during the winter storm.  Galindo said he wanted to help out customers who couldn't leave their homes to pick up food or medication.

Galindo said a dozen customers have already taken advantage of the medication delivery.  He said all customers have to do, is call-ahead to their pharmacy, pre-pay for their medication, and let the pharmacists know that a delivery driver will be picking up their order.

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