Bear snatches restaurant dumpster (With VIDEO)

Bear snatches restaurant dumpster (With VIDEO)

Watch as a bear in Colorado drags away a half-a-ton dumpster: For many parts of the country, it’s not bears that operators worry about. Raccoons and rodents are the main culprits. In fact, PBS’ Nature aired a film last year called Raccoon Nation, about urban raccoons that have become increasingly craftier at breaking into trashMore »

Shawn Randazzo, owner, Detroit Style Pizza Co., Detroit, Michigan talks must-haves to start a pizzeria

Shawn Randazzo, owner, Detroit Style Pizza Co., Detroit, Michigan talks must-haves to start a pizzeria

Starting your own pizzeria is one of the most exciting experiences you’ll ever have. Pizzeria ownership isn’t just about owning a business, it’s about living a lifestyle — one that has potential risks, but also grand rewards. Many variables factor into your probability of long-term success; and while it is impossible to cover every potentialMore »

Pizzeria Social Media Marketing

Pizzeria Social Media Marketing

buy essay Pizza Media Facebook.com/PizzaToday • Twitter.com/PizzaToday • Instagram.com/PizzaToday • Youtube.com/PizzaTodayMagazine PizzaToday.Tumblr.com • Twitter.com/PizzaExpo • Facebook.com/PizzaExpo • iPad • Google Play • Vine: @PizzaToday Pizza Tweets OTTO @OTTO_Pizza Just a few days left to submit your ‘OTTO Rocks!’ record album mash-up! Win $100 in pizza (and much more)! http://ow.ly/m0n2I Why it works: This edgy NewMore »

Pizza Places that Rock & Pizza Industry Statistics — August 2013

Pizza Places that Rock & Pizza Industry Statistics -- August 2013

Recent media reports indicate that Little Caesar’s Pizza has pulled ahead of Papa John’s and is now America’s third largest pizza company with $2.9 billion in sales. West Virginia has 607 pizzerias. On a typical day in 2013, the restaurant industry will rake in $1.8 billion in sales, according to the National Restaurant Association. PLACESMore »

Fast food workers in seven cities hold one-day strike for higher wages

Fast food workers in seven cities hold one-day strike for higher wages

Hundreds of New York City fast food workers protested in front of major chains Monday in an effort to raise wages to $15 an hour and the right to unionize. NYC strikers were joined by protests in Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit, Milwaukee, Kansas City, Missouri and Flint, Michigan. The strikes sparked national and international mediaMore »

A Conversation with Jason Petro, Red Star Pizza Company — the market, social media and late night delivery

A Conversation with Jason Petro, Red Star Pizza Company -- the market, social media and late night delivery

In our market, there is a limited amount of people that we can market to. We also have a saturated market, with chain stores and other local competitors. One of those local competitors has 30 years on us. In order to get people to try us, we have been sending out every door direct menuMore »

Breastfeeding mom asked to leave dining room

Breastfeeding mom asked to leave dining room

Breastfeeding in public has made national headlines recently. An employee at Grampa’s Pizzeria, a new restaurant in Madison, Wisconsin, asked a breastfeeding mother to leave after a fellow patron complained. This sparked a viral backlash on social media. To read the entire story, click here.  On a related note: A server at Fong’s Pizza inMore »