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Domino’s releases ballad to promote Cheese Toastie crust launch

The chain is also giving one couple the chance to win free catering.

Domino’s is promoting the launch of its new cheese toastie crust with a new love ballad.

Featured in 15-second and one minute videos, the “Cheese Toastie Love” song is performed by David Novak of Australia’s Polish Club and Natalie Conway.

Domino’s is also giving one couple the chance to win free catering. To enter, fans are told to email them why the ballad is the “perfect tune for the first dance at your wedding, along with the date and location of your special day” in 250 words or less.

All entries are required to be submitted to cheesetoastielove@dominos.com.au by 10 December.

Domino’s Cheese Toastie crust is available for an extra $2.50.

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