October 31, 2013 |

QuickBooks fakes a pizza joint

By Denise Greer


fake pizzeria, quickbook, intuitRemember that QuickBooks commercial that featured two pizzeria guys who raved about how the program helped their thriving business? Well, it’s fake. Too bad, it looked like a pretty nice pizza shop.

The fake name, King Crow Pizza, appears on a chalkboard above the open kitchen in the commercial. And, if you go to www.kingcrowpizza.com, visitors are redirected to Intuit’s QuickBook site. CLICK HERE for more on this story.

Check out the commercial:

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