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Double the joy this festive season with Domino’s “Double Value Deal”

Superb turnout at the first Domino's Pizza bloggers' gathering for 2013
Superb turnout at the first Domino’s Pizza bloggers’ gathering for 2013

In conjunction with Chinese New Year, Domino’s Pizza rolled out their “Double Value Deal” to double the joy for everyone this festive season.

As the name suggests, you can get TWO regular pizzas at S$22 (saving S$27.60) or TWO large pizzas at S$36 (saving S$29.60)! More details are available on Domino’s Pizza Singapore website.

A group of omy Blog Club bloggers attended a pizza sharing session last week to learn more about the Double Value Deal. Check out their blog posts on omy Blog Club.

Here are some photos I took at the event:

Introduction to the brand by Domino's Pizza marketing manager, Linda
Introduction to the brand by Domino’s Pizza marketing manager, Linda
This delivery staff must feel like some kind of superstar with so many cameras zoomed in on him
This delivery staff must feel like some kind of superstar with so many cameras zoomed in on him
When the pizzas are served - take picture!
When the pizzas are served – take picture!
Me with Lusi and Linda from Domino's Pizza
Me with Lusi and Linda from Domino’s Pizza
Time to eat
Time to eat

Domino’s Pizza will be open throughout the Chinese New Year period and delivery is available with no extra cost or exorbitant mark-ups (in fact, Domino’s will be giving you more value for money with their Double Value Deal).

If you are hunting for food during the Chinese New Year period, why not order from Domino’s Pizza to share the joy with your family and friends? 🙂

Visit Domino’s Pizza website now to find out more or make an order. Alternately, you can also download their iOS app on iTunes to order directly via your mobile.

ABOUT DOMINO’S PIZZA

Founded in 1960, Domino’s Pizza is the recognized world leader in pizza delivery. Domino’s Pizza operates a network of more than 9,000 owned and franchised stores throughout the U.S. and more than 65 international markets. Domino’s is the world’s leading pizza delivery company committed to leading the industry in product quality and operational excellence. Domino’s Pizza was named 2010 “Chain of the Year” by Pizza Today magazine. This marks the second consecutive win by the company.

Domino’s Pizza Singapore

Domino’s Pizza Singapore is the 67th country where Domino’s has established its presence. It is the first pizza company in Singapore to introduce the ‘GPS Tracker’ or the ‘Great Pizza Service Tracker’ which allows customers the added convenience to keep tabs on the status of their food order from the moment it is ordered to the moment it leaves the store for delivery, enhancing customer experience. Domino’s brings 4 key unique selling prepositions (USP’s) to its customers:

1. 30 minute delivery guarantee; 15-minute takeout guarantee
2. Product satisfaction guarantee
3. Free delivery
4. Nett pricing

Domino’s Pizza Mega Takeaway Offer – 50% Off Pizzas (3 Days Only)!

50% off pizzas!
50% off pizzas!

To celebrate their third anniversary in Singapore, Domino’s Pizza Singapore will be offering 50% off their pizzas for a special three days only sale (5 to 7 October).

No, you did not read wrongly.

No, there is no hidden catch either.

You can check and verify this promotion via their official website.

To announce this Mega Takeaway Offer, Domino’s hosted a bloggers tasting session last Thursday. Look at how happy everyone was after our pizza feast:

Happy bloggers at Domino's Pizza
Happy bloggers at Domino’s Pizza

If you have not tried Domino’s before, why make use of this special promotion and make an order? 🙂

Singapore Blog Awards 2012 – Cast your vote for the best Blogs in Singapore!

Singapore Blog Awards 2012 Finalists Revealed!
Singapore Blog Awards 2012 Finalists Revealed!

Singapore, 22 May 2012 – omy.sg has released the top ten finalists in the ten main categories of the Singapore Blog Awards 2012 as well as the other finalists in three sponsored categories and two celebrity categories. The 100 finalists include a diverse range of individuals representing the multicultural aspect of Singapore.

Voting for the Singapore Blog Awards starts today till 30 June and can be done via the official website – http://sgblogawards.omy.sg. Voters stand to win attractive prizes like a Casio Sheen watch, Domino’s Pizza vouchers and more.

In conjunction with Singapore Blog Awards reaching its fifth year milestone, five bloggers were also awarded with a first-ever “Super Blogger Award’ by omy.sg. These five bloggers – Peter Breitkreutz, Catherine Ling, Goh Yong Wei, Eunice Khong, and Christine Ng, have not only been supportive of the Singapore Blog Awards over the years, but more importantly, are exemplars of the value of sharing information and experience via blog content.

Super Blogger Award
Super Blogger Award

The winners of the ten main award categories will be announced at this year’s award ceremony on 21 July at Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel. Invited guests will get to sample the best of local hawker delights at the Singapore Food Trail, a unique 1960s-themed food street, while the winners of the respective categories are unveiled.

As a lead-up to the award ceremony, omy.sg will be hosting three bloggers’ workshops (http://project.omy.sg/panasonic-workshops/) together with presenting sponsor, Panasonic. The workshops, helmed by well-known Singapore bloggers, will cover topics on photography, eco crafts and a cooking demonstration. Registration is free and all are welcome to participate.

In a tie-up with Far East Hospitality this year, omy.sg is also extending an invitation to bloggers outside of Singapore to attend the Singapore Blog Awards ceremony with 3D2N hotel accommodations sponsored by a group of seven hotels under the Far East Hospitality group (http://sgblogawards.omy.sg/2012/overseas-blogger-sponsorship/).

The Singapore Blog Awards is part of a series of events branded under Social Media Fiesta (http://project.omy.sg/social-media-fiesta), an omy.sg social media initiative.

More information are available on the official Singapore Blog Awards website. 

Domino’s Pizza’s Ultimate Hawaiian Party for Bloggers

On 3 May, 16 bloggers headed down to Domino’s Pizza @ Kovan for an “Ultimate Hawaiian Party” in conjunction with Domino’s brand new Ultimate Hawaiian Pizza launch, where everyone enjoyed great food, fun games and awesome company!

Group picture with all the bloggers who attended the party
Group picture with all the bloggers who attended the party

Jazzing up Domino’s best seller Hawaiian Paradise with a First Class touch, the new Ultimate Hawaiian Pizza is loaded with more than double the amount of chicken by adding premium succulent roasted sliced chicken topped with smoked chicken breast, toasted turkey ham, juicy pineapples and the freshest garden mushrooms.

Combined with a rich tomato-based sauce and sprinkled with Italian herbs, these are the new scrumptious additions to Domino’s First Class range of premium pizzas, which use only first class ingredients for a first class pizza experience!

Well, enough of all the introductions. Knowing what’s in a pizza doesn’t tell you how it tastes like right? So HOW does the new Ultimate Hawaiian Pizza fare in terms of the yum factor?

Check out the bloggers’ reviews. 

Below are some photos I took during the party:

Linda from Domino's Pizza giving the bloggers an introduction to the brand
Linda from Domino’s Pizza giving the bloggers an introduction to the brand
Take pictures
Take pictures
The pizza highlight
The pizza highlight
Happy bloggers
Happy bloggers
Yong Wei doing a demo on the hoola hoop
Yong Wei doing a demo on the hoola hoop
Angie on the hoola hoop
Angie on the hoola hoop
The winner of the hoola hoop contest
The winner of the hoola hoop contest

Craving for Domino’s Pizza now? Click here to browse their menu or place an online order.

BTW, Domino’s Pizza Singapore is now on Facebook! Go LIKE them on Facebook if you are fan and show Domino’s Pizza some love. 🙂 

Why Join the Singapore Blog Awards?

This year is the fifth year omy.sg is running the Singapore Blog Awards. If you tell me five years ago that an event like this can grow to the scale it is now, I would not have believe it either.

omy.sg would not have been able to pull this off year after year, without the strong and growing support of our sponsors and the blogging community.

The 5th Singapore Blog Awards

Here is a link to a page showcasing all the previous winners from the past four years. 

Nostalgic?

Check out the past years Singapore Blog Awards sites for a walk down memory lane:

Singapore Blog Awards 2008 – Pink Party @ Asian Civilisation Museum 

Singapore Blog Awards 2009 – Slumber Party @ Supper Club

Singapore Blog Awards 2010 – Hollywood Glam @ Movida, St James Powerstation

Singapore Blog Awards 2011 – History Gets Social @ Shanghai Dolly

If you are a blogger and have not joined us before for the previous Singapore Blog Awards, here’s five reasons why you should join the Singapore Blog Awards 2012:

1. Fantastic prizes. Over $30,000 worth of prizes are at stake this year.

2. You get to travel to Macau for the International Fireworks Festival and make new friends with other bloggers. Check out what fun the 2010 winners had in Hong Kong and the 2011 winners in Melbourne, Australia.

3.  You get to attend the award ceremony in July. It will be held at the Singapore Food Trail at the Singapore Flyer this year. Guests will get to sample the best of local hawker fares and of course, ride on the Singapore Flyer, the largest Giant Observation Wheel in the world!

4. Get your blog known. The award organiser, omy.sg, is part of the Singapore Press Holdings media group. Expect coverage from many of the top news media in Singapore if you are among the winners or even the finalists.

5. Join for the fun of it! There’s no registration fee and it takes less than ten minutes to register online. You do not need to be a part of any blog network or cliche to join – the award is open to anyone who owns a blog, including bloggers from outside Singapore. There’s nothing to lose even if you do not win.