Armidale's two Domino's franchises have been helping bring smiles to the faces of supermarket, health and aged care workers within the local community.
The Armidale East shop on Beardy Street and Armidale at the Girraween shopping complex have donated and delivered loads of pizzas to facilities around town to reward the extra effort those workers have been putting in amid the coronavirus crisis.
Franchisee of the Armidale store, Nathan Quiring, said they've not only provided meals around town, but jobs too.
"We've donated 70 pizzas so far this week to healthcare workers, aged care facilities and Woolworths and Coles to support the frontline and help out wherever we can," he said.
"It is rare to see good news, but we are just doing what we can to support the community.
"We have done some group hiring, so hiring a bunch of people who have recently been laid-off as well, trying to do what we can to help."
One aged care worker was rapt with the generous offer.
"It's a hard time for everyone but it's community gestures like this that keep us all smiling," they said.
Lockdown restrictions brought in to prevent the spread of coronavirus have affected businesses across the country and Mr Quiring said they're doing their best to adapt.
"We are still open, still delivering, we are doing a zero contact initiative, where we have as little contact with the customers as humanly possible," he said.
"We are trying to keep our customers and staff as safe as possible."