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I was actually just thinking about having pizza for dinner this weekend.  Perhaps I'll just swing by South Station instead and pick up a free slice there and celebrate Sparky the Fire Dog's birthday.

March 18 marks the 60th birthday of Sparky the Fire Dog, the widely recognized mascot of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), which is based in the Boston area. This Friday, Domino’s has teamed up with Sparky for a pizza party at the South Station (downstairs on the 2nd level) from 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., where the iconic spokesdog will be handing out fire safety information and free slices to approximately 3,000 people in celebration of his birthday.

To give you a little background about Sparky the Fire Dog, he was created in 1951 for an Advertising Council Campaign and has allowed the NFPA to connect with millions of children and their families and educate them on important fire protection and safety information. Since Sparky’s creation, the number of fire and fires injuries in the United States has declined, which is due in part to enhanced public education efforts.

I want pizza.  And bon chon.  And a cheeseburger.  Note to self, don't blog hungry.

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1 Response to "Free Domino’s Pizza at South Station - Friday!"

  1. Unknown Said,

    Yay Sparky!

    Posted on 3/18/11, 11:22 AM


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