TULSA, Okla. — Andolini’s Pizzeria is joining pizzerias on National Pizza Day, Tuesday, Feb. 9 as part of an effort to feed the hungry through the Pizza Across America campaign.
“We want to encourage pizzerias to make and deliver at least ten large pizzas to local food banks, shelters, or care centers of their choice,” said Mike Bausch, vice president of World Pizza Champions. “Our members are the most award-winning pizzerias in the country and we’re all heavily involved in our communities; this is our way of leading by example.”
Andolini’s Pizzeria said it is excited to participate in such a large-scale campaign during a critical time for both small businesses and the growing hunger problem.
“We’ve chosen John 3:16 Mission again this year. They do so much for Tulsans who are homeless and this year the need is greater than ever,” Bausch said. “We want to make things a little better in our backyard. Making pizza is what we do, so we're going to do that for the greater good to celebrate National Pizza Day.”
The campaign was organized by Slice, a pizzeria marketing and delivery app, and the pizza-focused nonprofit Slice Out Hunger.
For information on how pizzerias can participate, click here.
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