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Domino’s Sign Holder is Here to Entertain Drivers With an Awesome Dance Routine

Domino's employee entertains drivers on the side of Scotland road 7 photos
Photo: Twitter / Aston Kerr
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If you’re going to spend your entire working day holding a sign meant to advertise cheap pizza, you might as well make the most of it – and put a smile on people’s face in the process.
On that same note, if you’re going to drive by billboards advertising all kinds of stuff, you might as well get an amazing treat, like the one in the video at the bottom of the page.

One Domino’s employee, whose job consists of holding a card advertising the restaurant’s latest offer, has become somewhat of a viral star after a motorist caught his awesome dance routine on camera. Apparently, the man does this on the regular, because he seems very experienced.

Aston Kerr spotted the dancing Domino’s employee in East Kilbride, Scotland, on the side of the road. He took out his phone and recorded some of the routine, which could only be more awesome if there was some good music playing. He also rewarded him with a few honks, to which the dude responded with an enthusiastic wave.

“Give this man a raise @Dominos_UK,” Kerr wrote on Twitter, in the caption to the video, which sees the employee expertly flip the board that reads “Any size pizza, £5.99.” Some time and many thousands of views later, Kerr had still not heard back from the pizza place, so he offered his followers an update, of sorts.

“Almost 24 hours and I haven’t received confirmation that this man has been promoted to CEO. Please explain yourself @Dominos_UK,” Kerr says, only half joking.

As of the time of writing, Domino’s is yet to acknowledge the dancing sensation that is their sign holder on the side of the road in Scotland. The good news is that people driving by daily can see him in action, and their smiles is probably all the compensation he needs or wants. Probably – but a raise would surely not hurt.



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About the author: Elena Gorgan
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Elena has been writing for a living since 2006 and, as a journalist, she has put her double major in English and Spanish to good use. She covers automotive and mobility topics like cars and bicycles, and she always knows the shows worth watching on Netflix and friends.
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