Pizza al fresco: Domino's will deliver to U.S. beaches, parks, landmarks

NEW YORK -- Domino's, which has been bringing pizzas to doorsteps for more than half a century, will now deliver to the great outdoors.

The pizza chain said Monday that its drivers can meet customers at U.S.

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