February 4, 2015 |

zpizza Brings Back Heart-Shaped Pizzas for Valentine’s Day

By Pizza Today


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Restaurants Nationwide Host “Eat Your Heart Out” Events in February to Raise Funds for 70 Local Schools

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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Just in time for Valentine’s Day, zpizza, the first artisan-inspired pizza chain, brings back its beloved heart-shaped, hand-tossed pizzas.

“We love delighting our guests with our popular heart-shaped pizzas, “ said Chris Bright, chief executive officer, zpizza. “Pizza is already the perfect food to enjoy with others, and we wanted to make it extra special for sharing with loved ones in honor of the sweetest holiday of the year.”

zpizza’s heart-shaped creations will be available from February 13-15. Customers can request dine in, carry-out and delivery in 18″ Extra Large, 14” Large and Take N Bake pizzas. Heart-shaped pizzas can be ordered at participating locations at www.zpizza.com or in restaurants.

“We love delighting our guests with our popular heart-shaped pizzas, “ said Chris Bright, chief executive officer, zpizza. “Pizza is already the perfect food to enjoy with others, and we wanted to make it extra special for sharing with loved ones in honor of the sweetest holiday of the year.”

In addition, zpizza is hosting more than 70 restaurant fundraisers across the U.S. this month to support local schools. The “Eat Your Heart Out” fundraisers will give up to 25 percent of sales to partnering local elementary, middle and high schools through one-day events. Schools can learn more about partnering with zpizza by registering online at www.zpizza.com/community.

This is part of zpizza’s ongoing commitment to support its communities through fundraising, hands-on education and student recognition programs.

“zpizza has a big heart for supporting the communities where we live and work, especially when it comes to our neighborhood schools,” said Bright. “This February, we’re bringing together zpizza franchise partners, employees and customers nationwide to help schools fund field trips and programs that are essential to helping kids thrive.”

zpizza’s hand-crafted artisan dishes are kid-friendly and parent approved, made with premium ingredients, including fresh produce, award winning skim mozzarella from grass-fed Wisconsin cows, certified organic tomato sauce, MSG-free pepperoni with no added nitrites or preservatives and 100 percent all-natural, and non-GMO flour.

zpizza offers the choice of delivery, dine-in, take-out and catering, in addition to an easy online ordering system so patrons can customize orders with ease from the comfort of their homes. For those looking for special discounts and offers year round, visit www.zpizza.com/ztribe.

ABOUT ZPIZZA
Founded in 1986 in the heart of an art colony in Laguna Beach, CA, zpizza is the first artisan inspired pizza chain that appeals to traditional pizza lovers, health-conscious consumers and gourmet palates alike with its artisan brick oven baked pizzas, rustica flatbreads, signature salads, pastas and sandwiches. For more information on zpizza and store locations, visit www.zpizza.com

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