April 7, 2014 |

Big Monday night for pizza with NCAA Championships

By Pizza Today

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It’s going to be a huge sales night for many pizzeria operators. Pizzerias’ social media accounts are a buzz today and it’s all about college basketball and keeping their shops names top of mind with their fans by promoting game-time party packages, highlighting game-watching venue features and menu specials.

As University of Connecticut and University of Kentucky square off for the NCAA Championships, pizza operations are set for a high-volume night, especially delivery.

Domino’s Pizza anticipates delivering more than 1.7 million pizzas today. The pizza chain also expects to see an increase in digital orders over a typical Monday.

For operators in the Dallas-Arlington area, direct spending is estimated to exceed $140 million with restaurants experiencing double-digit increases in business over the Final Four weekend.

While Monday night may be the slowest night of the week, tonight is your opportunity to come through for your patrons with your top-notch quality product and service. Execute tonight effectively and you may even earn new customers. Be on your game.


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