For a Holiday Smothered in Goodness Fans Can Enter to Win Prizes Instantly, take the Holiday Quiz, and get a Chance to Win $3000 Beginning Today thru Sunday, January 4th
MORRISTOWN, N.J., Dec. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Villa Enterprises Management, celebrating 50 years in business, announced their popular pizza brand, Villa Italian Kitchen, is hosting a Holiday Wish & Win Sweepstakes for fans on Facebook with a chance to win $3000, and play Villa’s Holiday Quiz on Facebook to see “What Their Holiday Wish Says About Them.” Guests can visit any Villa Italian Kitchen location to receive an entry slip with a promotional code, and then visit Villa’s Facebook page, and enter the unique code to see if they are an instant daily winner. Over 40 random winners will receive a $25, $50 or $100 gift card instantly on Facebook and everyone will be entered into the Grand Prize Sweepstakes to win $3000 beginning today through January 4th, 2015. Fans can return each day to play the Holiday Quiz and share the fun character they create on their Facebook timeline, and enter a new code to win instantly. All entries will receive a Free Medium Drink with any purchase. The Grand Prize winner of $3000 will be notified following the sweepstakes after January 4th, 2015.
Villa Italian Kitchen features Neapolitan pizzas handmade with fresh dough, 100% whole milk mozzarella and homemade sauce. Villa’s handmade Stromboli is also a favorite, and Italian pastas and entrees make for a delicious lunch or dinner. Villa offers large to-go orders and catering, perfect for pizza lovers, the family and events.
For a holiday smothered in goodness, Villa is also offering “Smother It!” for guests to add either Bolognese or Alfredo sauce to smother any Stromboli, Pizza or Entree for just 99 cents.
Villa was founded 50 years ago, and built its business on the strict loyalty to authentic old-world recipes that Michele Scotto brought with him from Naples, Italy in 1964. From the first pizzeria that opened in 1964 next to the Ed Sullivan Theater on Broadway in New York, that commitment to quality food and genuine hospitality is still the hallmark of Villa.
About Villa Enterprises
Villa Enterprises is a global multi-brand restaurant operator and franchisor. Founded in 1964 by Michele Scotto, a Naples, Italy native, Villa Enterprises began as a small pizzeria next to the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City. Today, Villa Enterprises is an international organization celebrating its 50th anniversary with more than 370 quick-serve restaurants in malls, airports, casinos and other high-traffic locations.
Villa’s QSR brands, including Villa Italian Kitchen, Green Leaf’s, Bananas, South Philly Steaks & Fries and Far East, can be found across 40 U.S. states and eight additional countries. Villa also operates 12 full-service restaurants in suburban New Jersey under the 40North brand including The Black Horse Tavern & Pub, The Office, Steelworks Buffet & Grill, Piattino and George & Martha’s. For more information, please visit www.villaenterprises.com.
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