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April 21, 2014

Domino’s Sends Proof of Halibut Receipt to Begich

How do you like them halibut? I guess OK, says Domino’s CEO J. Patrick Doyle, to Sen. Mark Begich, who called out the pizza magnate after an ad went after the famous Alaskan fish.

Domino’s posted a picture of Doyle with the fish sent to him by the Alaska Democrat in an “I <3 Halibut” polo shirt, which lord knows, they probably had to have made for the occasion.

The tweet:

Thanks again @SenatorBegich…usually it’s pizza for Friday lunch. Today, Alaskan Halibut. It’s “ofishal” – I love it! pic.twitter.com/dvUPquHyvW
Dominos Sends Proof of Halibut Receipt to Begich

As HOH reported yesterday, Begich had sent the fish and a letter to Doyle accusing him of having an “uneducated palate.”

Congrats, Mark Begich. You now have one more soldier in the halibut fight. At least for the day. On twitter.

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  • Jesse Cooday

    America can learn from Senator Mark Begich and Domino’s CEO J. Patrick Doyle

    Senator Mark Begich loves Pizza and grew up on Seafood. Since Senator Mark Begich reached out to Domino’s CEO J. Patrick Doyle, Patrick now loves Alaska Halibut :-). Food brings people together. Food is comfort.

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