Leading fast-casual pizza brand brings back Peanut Butter Cup Brownie for Round 2
DALLAS, March 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Pie Five Pizza got a little naughty last year when it rolled out its new chocolate, peanut butter and brownie medley; and, no surprise, customers begged for more.
So, in its passionate pursuit of its customers’ ultimate satisfaction, Pie Five is bringing the Peanut Butter Cup Brownie back, and it’s just as rich and sultry as before. Whipped up in Pie Five’s hot and steamy kitchen, this dessert comes with a warning: You may find it difficult to end this relationship.
Beginning today, customers of the nation’s leading fast-casual pizza concept will once again get to follow their favorite personalized pizza with a delicious slice of Peanut Butter Cup Brownie. The mouthwatering dessert features a rich brownie base covered in a peanut butter cream cheese swirl, topped with melted peanut butter cup crumbles.
“I’m just not sure there’s any better dessert combo than chocolate and peanut butter, and adding a brownie to the mix is downright decadent,” said Christina Coy, vice president of marketing for Pie Five Pizza. “Our customers loved the Peanut Butter Cup Brownie when it debuted last year, and I’m sure they’ll share our excitement over its return. And for those looking for a sweet way to celebrate National Peanut Month in March, you’re welcome!”
The Peanut Butter Cup Brownie can be ordered by the slice, though most will be tempted to order the entire dessert, which is just $9.99. But don’t wait too long to try it, or you may be forced to spank yourself. This limited time offering is only available through April 12.
At Pie Five, guests can choose from more than a million combinations of handcrafted pizzas and a variety of specialty pie choices prepared in less than five minutes on one of four crusts all for one low price. Pie Fivers can also add a fresh, hand-made salad, tossed right in front of them while their pizza reaches hot, cheesy perfection. The rapidly expanding chain is capitalizing on growing consumer demand for fresh dining options and artisan pizzas in stylish environments without the wait.
Pie Five Pizza has been named among Fast Casual’s 2014 Top 15 “Movers & Shakers,” a 2012 Hot Concepts winner by Nation’s Restaurant News and one of “10 Hot New Restaurant Chains from Established Brands” by Forbes.com. The company currently has 37 locations in ten states (Alabama, Florida, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Virginia) with more than 400 announced company-owned and franchise units under contract in 14 states and Washington, DC.
A complete menu and more information are available at piefivepizza.com.
ABOUT PIE FIVE PIZZA CO.
Pie Five is a subsidiary of Rave Restaurant Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: RAVE), based in the Dallas suburb of The Colony, Texas. Rave owns, franchises and supplies nearly 300 Pie Five and Pizza Inn restaurants operating domestically and internationally. Pie Five Pizza Co. is the leading brand in the rapidly growing fast-casual pizza space, offering individual handcrafted pizzas with fresh ingredients made to order in less than five minutes. For more information, please visit PieFivePizza.com.
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