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Pizzerias kick off National Pizza Month

Pizzerias kick off National Pizza Month

In case you were too busy to glance at the calendar, October has started, and that means National Pizza Month is in full swing. At a loss on how to celebrate? Many pizza shops have already started, and they’re getting the press to prove it. Want to know how some pizzerias are celebrating? a expositoryMore »

2013 Pizza Today Hot 100 Independents

2013 Pizza Today Hot 100 Independents

Each year, we mail out surveys to independent pizzerias across the nation. Using their responses, we compile our Hot 100 list — a ranking of America’s 100 largest independent pizza operations (based on sales). This issue is eagerly devoured by Pizza Today’s readers and the list you’ll see on pages 62 and 63 is aMore »

Domino’s upcycles its advertising (With VIDEO)

Domino’s upcycles its advertising (With VIDEO)

Domino’s Pizza had a dilemma when the company rebranded and changed its logo. What does the pizza chain do with all of those signs, print ads, pizza boxes, shirts, and truck panels, etc. that were replaced? Domino’s commissioned up-and-coming artists to create unique pieces of art from old brand materials and launched a Pinterest pageMore »

The rise of the brand advocate

The rise of the brand advocate

There are customers and then there are brand advocates. What’s the difference? Brand advocates will go out of their way to actively promote your business. According to Social Media Today, these ambassadors not only boost sales and awareness, but they are 50 percent more influential than the average customer. Make it easy for customers toMore »

Great PR is just a slice away

Great PR is just a slice away

Want to know how to earn yourself an A for effort? Offer students pizza for studying. Such was the ingenious idea of Greenville House of Pizza. According to a Gawker article the restaurant rewards students who use the pizzeria as a study hall, and even offers free slices for As. While some pizzerias opt forMore »

Restaurant worker suspended for Facebook photo

Restaurant worker suspended for Facebook photo

A Nashville-suburb server has been suspended from her job for posting a racist tip receipt she received on Facebook. The Red Lobster employee received no tip with a racist slur after attempting to serve a couple. She posted a photo of the receipt on her Facebook page and it went viral. Read the story here:More »

Hotel phones feature a “Pizza Button”

Hotel phones feature a “Pizza Button”

Guests at County Inn and Suites in Niagara Falls, Ontario, can order pizza with the touch of a single button on its phone system. The “Pizza Button” is connected to a local pizzeria. For the full article, CLICK HERE. Now that’s a partnership. It’s a win-win situation for the hotel to have an instant recommendation,More »