At some point along the way, in my reel collecting jaunts, a came across a small batch of tapes containing some mid to late 1980's material related to the Domino's Pizza company. Collected here is the contents of most of those tapes.
First up, what appears to be a selection of ads designed for a "Domino's Pizza Delivers" campaign. I only remember the last of these actually airing in my area, as part of the wholly annoying "The Noid" campaign (to be represented in the next section, as well), so I wonder if these were demos, submitted by the various companies indicated on the tape box, as indicated to the right.
Next up, backing music tracks for three Domino's "The Noid" ad, by a company I believe to be called "Nuance", based on the tape boxes. Most of these come complete with the band-leader's count-off:
And here's a session tape for a spoken word ad for Domino's Pan Pizza ("Sorry, Noid"):
Finally, a series of ads featuring two promotions, both of which could not have been offered in the same places at the same time, "30 minutes or it's free" and "30 minutes or $3 off". Each of these is heard in four versions, a 60 second "Friendly" version, a split "Friendly" version with what appears to be space for a local ad in between, and another set of each length in a "Harder" version, with more of a forceful vocal performance: