We are a month away from Slice of Hope 2013. Is your pizzeria ready to host an incredible pizza event to help in fight against breast cancer? Please join us in an effort to focus our collective attention for one
day, Friday, October 11, on ending this disease. If America’s pizzerias
band together and donate 15, 20 or even 30 percent of their sales from
this one day, we’ll be able to make a remarkable contribution to the
Karen Mullen Breast Cancer Foundation, which passes nearly 100 percent
of its proceeds on to the nation’s leading breast cancer research labs.
To pledge a percentage of your pizzeria’s sales on Friday, October 11, click here.
See who’s already on board: Slice of Hope 2013 participants list.
This year, pink ladies Slice of Hope T-shirts are back, along with the unisex black t-shirts. Click here to order your Slice of Hope T-shirts today!
Don’t forget — members of the Pizza Today staff are going to cycle throughout the state of New England to bring attention to the Slice of Hope cause. To show their support, several community-minded pizza companies have already pledged donations.
For more information about Slice of Hope, click here.
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