December 4, 2017 |

Young Entrepreneur of Year Deadline: December 15

By Josh Keown


Pizzeria owners under 40: Video Submissions are easy

Pizza Today Art Director Josh Keown shares just how simple it is for young owners to submit themselves for Pizza Today‘s first-ever Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.

We need you to do two things:

  1. Create a video (under 4 min.) on your smartphone or video camera that answers these questions:
    • What is your name?
    • How old are you?
    • What is your pizzeria’s name and location (City, State)?
    • What is your pizzeria’s brand and how do you market your pizzeria?
    • What community outreach initiatives do you organize?
    • How has your company grown during the past 12 months and what are your future growth plans?
    • Why should you be honored as Pizza Today’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year?
  2. Fill out the online form.

 

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