Oakhurst Pizza Factory employee Jorge Gonzalez knows the restaurant’s slogan - “We Toss’em, They’re Awesome.” The chain of nearly 70 Pizza Factory restaurants are raising money for the No Kid Hungry program during the month of September. Every restaurant in the Pizza Factory chain is donating $1 of every XL special pizza sold in October to help the fight against child hunger.
Oakhurst Pizza Factory employee Jorge Gonzalez knows the restaurant’s slogan - “We Toss’em, They’re Awesome.” The chain of nearly 70 Pizza Factory restaurants are raising money for the No Kid Hungry program during the month of September. Every restaurant in the Pizza Factory chain is donating $1 of every XL special pizza sold in October to help the fight against child hunger. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
Oakhurst Pizza Factory employee Jorge Gonzalez knows the restaurant’s slogan - “We Toss’em, They’re Awesome.” The chain of nearly 70 Pizza Factory restaurants are raising money for the No Kid Hungry program during the month of September. Every restaurant in the Pizza Factory chain is donating $1 of every XL special pizza sold in October to help the fight against child hunger. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

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September 15, 2017 03:53 PM

UPDATED September 20, 2017 01:06 PM

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