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Domino’s in Ellisville to host 'dough raiser’ for Everly Kate May

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ELLISVILLE, MS -

This is a news release from Domino’s

Ellisville Domino’s, located at 800 Hill St., will host a “dough raiser” for Everly Kate May – a one-year-old who has congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) – on Thursday, Nov. 3.
 
Domino’s in Ellisville will donate 20 percent of sales for every order received on Nov. 3 when customers mention May’s name. The money raised will help pay for May’s medical care and visits. May was born with congenital CMV, which is a condition that results when an infant is infected with CMV before birth. The damage from the virus was severe and irreversible, causing her brain to form incorrectly in addition to hearing loss, a low immune system and silent aspiration.
 
“The team members here at Domino’s wanted to do something to help out Everly and her family,” said Glenn Mueller, Ellisville Domino’s franchise owner. “Hosting a dough raiser is one small way we can chip in and help take away some of the challenges Everly’s family is facing. We hope members of the community join in and help by ordering delicious, hot pizza throughout the day.”
 
To place an order at Domino’s in Ellisville, customers can visit www.dominos.com or call 601-477-4949.

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