Our business is pizza, and
pizza is our business.
We’re particularly fond of that fact, so we’re offering a special: From now through November 8th, we’re going to make the start of your week something special:
Mondays and Tuesdays, you can buy 3 pizzas and get the 4th one free. The discount applies to the least expensive pizza.
Assuming everyone survives the expected impending chaos and wakes up wanting more pizza on November 9th (something we’re betting on), we’ll review our options and determine what our next special will entail – as well as when it will become available.
Speaking of specials and pizza, we’d like to remind you of another way to get a free pizza: by suggesting the next Pizza of the Month! Here’s how it works:
Think you have a recipe worthy of our Pizza of the Month Contest? Send in your ideas to our feedback email address and if your creation is chosen as pizza of the month, you will receive a free large pizza and the recognition that comes with being the creator of your own Pizza of the Month!
Sounds easy, but it’s not. Each month, we work to develop new pizza creations – sometimes we develop them in-house through hours and hours of rigorous (and tasty!) testing, and we also try out the suggestions from you, our faithful customers! The winning pie becomes the official “Pizza of the Month” for the next month, and if it is popular enough it may even earn a spot on our permanent list of specialty pizza.
Sometimes, a specialty pizza just seems to belong in a certain month, and if we don’t have a new one to test out we’ll use the most appropriate for the season. For example, this month’s Pizza of the Month is the Octoberfest: Sausages, Onion Rings, Green Peppers. Do you have a suggestion for November? Send it in!
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Whether you need 1 pizza or 100 pizzas, we have just the solution that will fit your needs. And, although our big 18" tasty pizzas are our claim to fame, we offer several other options for anyone who might actually want to pass on pizza for a meal or two. Although we don't condone that behavior, there is nothing we can do to stop it . . .