Married Ordering Jointly or Married Ordering Separately, Fans Invited to Visit pizzareturn.com to Redeem 2014 Pizza Return; World’s Largest Pizza Company to Give Pizza Eaters the “Pizza They Deserve”
PLANO, Texas, April 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — For people everywhere, tax season is often associated with complicated forms, looming deadlines and major headaches. This year, Pizza Hut is changing that by putting a tastier spin on the typical tax return.
The world’s largest pizza company is bringing some much needed flavor to the 2015 tax season by unveiling the “Pizza Hut National Pizza Return,” giving fans across the country the opportunity to redeem their 2014 pizza return.
Sample questions include: Are you the head of all pizza orders? How many pizza dependents do you have? How much time at work do you spend pizza browsing online?
Starting today, fans are invited to visit pizzareturn.com to download and fill out the “Pizza Hut National Pizza Return” form. Similar to a regular tax return, filers may receive Pizza Hut gift cards in the amount of their net pizza return.
“Unless you’ve got a big return coming your way, tax season can be a time of dread for people across the country,” said Jared Drinkwater, Vice President of Marketing, Pizza Hut. “At Pizza Hut, we truly believe your hard-earned pizza belongs in your hands, so we created the Pizza Hut National Pizza Return.”
The best part? Pizza Hut’s deadline is more generous than the government’s deadline. Forms will be available for download until 5:00 p.m. C.S.T on April 17. Forms must be postmarked no later than Saturday, April 18. Additional information and official rules can be found here: http://www.pizzareturn.com/legal/.
In 2014, Pizza Hut changed up their filing status with the biggest menu revamp in the company’s history. As part of the Flavor of Now menu launch in November, Stuffed Crust can be ordered with any of the 10 new crust flavors such as Hut Favorite, Honey Sriracha and Salted Pretzel, and include any of the five new base sauces, four all-new sauce drizzles and five new premium ingredients. These favorites can be ordered at pizzahut.com or by visiting any of the Pizza Hut locations nationwide.
About Pizza Hut
Pizza Hut, a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE: YUM), delivers more pizza, pasta and wings than any other restaurant in the world. The company began 57 years ago in Wichita, Kansas, when two brothers borrowed $600 from their mom to start a pizzeria.
What started out small has become the biggest pizza company in the world and today operates more than 15,600 restaurants in more than 90 countries serving innovative pizzas, traditional favorites like the signature Pan Pizza, and much more. Pizza Hut also is the proprietor of the BOOK IT!® Program, which is a long-standing children’s literacy program used in more than 630,000 classrooms nationwide. For more information, visit www.pizzahut.com. Follow Pizza Hut on Facebook (www.facebook.com/PizzaHut) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/pizzahut).
August 15, 2017 | Videos
Jay Jerrier, owner of Cane Rosso in Dallas, Texas, answers the question: how do you train your pizza makers? Cane Rosso has been named Pizza Today’s 2017 Independent Pizzeria of the Year. “How do You Train Your Pizza Makers?” is the second of a three-part series featuring Cane Rosso. Read More ›
August 11, 2017 | Press Releases
Donate school supplies, receive a free slice of pizza at Greenville Avenue Pizza Company What: On Thursday, August 17th, Greenville Avenue Pizza Company is hosting its 5th annual “Slices for Supplies” event, a charitable initiative to benefit a local DISD elementary school. Pizza eaters everywhere are invited to join in by swinging by GAPCo anytime… Read More ›
National Pizza Franchise Brings on New Franchisee to Further Develop Southwestern Presence MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. (August 11, 2017) – Hungry Howie’s Pizza, originator of the Flavored Crust® pizza, has inked a 20-store multi-unit agreement in Arizona with plans to open the new locations within the next five years. In addition, franchisee Fawzi Simon has also… Read More ›