Domino’s Pizza Plans To Open A Restaurant On The Moon

Domino’s Pizza Plans To Open A Restaurant On The Moon

The latest in a series of out-of-the-box makreting ideas Japan President, Scott K. Oelkers, explains how this feat will take place.

Yi Chen
  • 1 september 2011

The pizza restaurant chain Domino’s has claimed that it intends to sell its pizzas by opening a store on the moon. The claim was made by Domino’s Japan President, Scott K. Oelkers. In the video below, he explains the proposed plan in great detail, including a presentation by the engineer who designed the construction plan, and details about the required funding for the Moon Branch. Oelkers states this outer-space program needs an estimate of 1.6 trillion yen, equivalent to $21 billion USD.

Domino’s in Japan is known for its out-of-the-box marketing campaigns, such as the Pizza Tracker Show, which allows the customer to track their order online while watching an entertaining show that explains the process. Recently, Domino’s in the U.S. will be introducing Artisan Pizzas that come personally signed. Watch the video below to see proposal made by Oelkers.


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