Pizza Schmizza to Honor Veterans and Active Service Members with a Free Slice of Pizza on 11-11-16
Salem, OR (RestaurantNews.com) Pizza Schmizza announced today that its participating Pizza Schmizza and Schmizza Pub & Grub restaurants will honor the nation’s veterans as well as currently serving members of the nation’s armed forces on Veterans Day, Friday, November 11th, between 1 and 4 p.m. During those hours, any current or former member of the U.S. armed forces will be provided a complimentary slice of pizza, upon request.
Schmizza’s CEO Ron Berger said that the Pizza Schmizza franchise owners and staff wanted to recognize the tremendous commitment and bravery of our servicemen and women in some way, which led to the decision to conduct this program.
Schmizza is a member of the International Franchise Association’s Vet-Fran program, which provides assistance and incentives to help returning veterans to open their own Schmizza restaurant. Schmizza also provides scholarships to returning veterans to further their education, and the Company is a strong supporter of the Help Veteran’s Own Franchises Act.
Schmizza restaurants are located in Oregon and Washington. The Corporate office is in Salem, Oregon. For more information, visit www.schmizza.com.
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