Virginia Beach, VA — December 14, 2012 The hurricane relief fundraiser held by Ynot Pizza and Italian Cuisine in November garnered $6,192 for victims of “Sandy” –– the “super storm” that killed more than 100 people, left thousands homeless, and devastated entire New Jersey and New York neighborhoods and communities.
Ynot donated a portion the proceeds from the weekend event and matched customers’ in-store donations made in Ynot’s five Hampton Roads’ locations.
The monies raised will be presented to the American Red Cross for the organization’s “Disaster Relief.”
“We are Jersey boys and our thoughts and prayers are with everyone so tragically affected by Sandy,” says Tony DiSilvestro, Ynot Pizza’s owner.
“I’m proud that our generous customers, our extended family, rallied around the cause and helped us raise this money for the hurricane victims,” added Harry DiSilvestro, Ynot Pizza co-owner.
About YNot Pizza and Italian Cuisine
Tony and Cyndi DiSilvestro opened YNot Pizza in 1993 and, with co-owner, Harry DiSilvestro, opened a 5th YNot restaurant in August on the campus of Old Dominion University in Norfolk. YNot first opened its doors in 1993 in the Great Neck Square Shopping Center in Virginia Beach. YNot also has locations on: Providence Road in Virginia Beach, Colley Avenue in the Ghent section of Norfolk and Volvo Parkway in the Greenbrier section of Chesapeake.
The DiSilvestros are committed as a family to bringing the restaurants patrons the finest in family atmosphere, authentic Italian cuisine, traditional Italian hospitality and, above all, the highest quality food and service possible. Visit our site at www.ynotpizza.com.