$5.55 Pizzas at Sal’s Pizza to Benefit the United Way

From the press release:

Sal’s Pizza Celebrates Customer Appreciation Day

Sal’s Pizza Celebrates National Pizza Month and Customers with “Customer Appreciation Day!”

 

WHAT:             In case you were unaware, October is National Pizza Month and in the United States that is a big deal. According to: Your Guide To Pizza and Pizza Market Place – a June 2013 survey states that 3 billion pizzas are sold each year in the U.S. alone! Nobody knows this better than the New England-based Sal’s Pizza which hosts over 30 corporate and franchised Sal’s Pizza locations throughout southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts!

On Saturday, October 12th, 2013 from 11:00AM – 10:00PM Sal’s Pizza will celebrate National Pizza Month and its customer with a day-long celebration of savings, fun and chances to win big with their Customer Appreciation Day!

Beyond rolling prices back to 1990 on their legendary 19’’ cheese pizza and selling it all day long for only $5.55 with .55 cents from each order going to the United Way to support Early Childhood Education, customers will also receive special Customer Appreciation VIP cards that will give them 10% off their next (5) orders with their 6th pizza being free!

If the big savings of Customer Appreciation Day aren’t enough, guests can enter to win a year of free pizza by visiting www.sals-pizza.com

 

Don’t miss Sal’s Pizza Customer Appreciation Day on Saturday, October 12th, 2013 from 11:00AM – 10:00PM

 

 

WHEN:             Saturday, October 12th, 2013 from 11:00AM – 10:00PM

 

 

WHERE:           Participating Locations:

MASSACHUSETTS:

Sal’s Pizza Billerica         328 Boston Rd., Billerica , MA

Sal’s Pizza Boston           132 Brookline Ave., Boston, MA

Sal’s Pizza Boston           150 Tremont St., Boston, MA

Sal’s Pizza Chelmsford    296 Chelmsford St., Chelmsford, MA

Sal’s Pizza Haverhill        95 Winter St., Haverhill, MA

Sal’s Pizza Ipswich         326 High St., Ipswich, MA

Sal’s Pizza Lowell           1201 Bridge St., Lowell, MA

Sal’s Pizza Marlboro        222b East Main Street, Marlboro, MA

Sal’s Pizza Methuen        163 Howe St., Methuen, MA

Sal’s Pizza Middleton       210A  South Main St., Middleton, MA

Sal’s Pizza Milford           206 East Main St., Milford, MA

Sal’s Pizza Newburyport  25 Storey Ave., Newburyport, MA

Sal’s Pizza North Andover 490 Main St., North Andover, MA

Sal’s Pizza Peabody        139 Lynnfield St., Peabody, MA

Sal’s Pizza Stoneham      196 Main St., Stoneham, MA

Sal’s Pizza Sturbridge      376 Main St., Sturbridge  , MA

Sal’s Pizza Tewksbury    2500 Main St., Tewksbury, MA

Sal’s Pizza Tyngsboro     440 Middlesex Rd., Tyngsboro, MA

Sal’s Pizza Woburn         299 Washington St., Woburn, MA

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE                              

Sal’s Pizza Belmont         96 Daniel Webster Highway, Belmont, NH

Sal’s Pizza Concord         80 Storrs St., Concord, NH

Sal’s Pizza Derry            2 Lennox Rd., Derry, NH

Sal’s Pizza Hooksett        1328 Hooksett Rd., Hooksett, NH

Sal’s Pizza Manchester    296 South Willow St., Manchester, NH

Sal’s Pizza Merrimack     501 Daniel Webster Hwy, Merrimack, NH

Sal’s Pizza Milford NH     180 Elm St., Milford, NH

Sal’s Pizza Nashua          24 East Hollis St ., Nashua, NH

Sal’s Pizza Salem            29 North Broadway, Salem, NH

Sal’s Pizza Seabrook       380 Lafayette Rd., Seabrook, NH

 

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About Sal’s Pizza:

FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1990
One might say Sal Lupoli has pizza in his blood. Sal’s grandparents emigrated from Naples, Italy and began selling Neapolitan-style pizza on Revere Beach on the north shore of Boston in 1940. Today it is the wholesome and fresh products at our corporate and franchised locations that has made Sal’s Pizza a unique and successful quick-serve restaurant. The concept of Sal’s Pizza originated in Boston’s North End, the world renowned enclave of authentic Italian eateries, and where CEO Sal Lupoli did his culinary apprenticeship while attending Northeastern University. This experience proved to be a powerful influence in the development of his signature recipes and restaurant processes.

STRAIGHT FROM BOSTON’S NORTH END!
In 1990, Sal opened his first location in Salem, N.H., in an 800-square-foot storefront along with his brother, Nick. Armed with business degrees and a passion for hard work, the young entrepreneurs opened the doors. “Straight from Boston’s North End” was the foundation of their marketing campaign, taking the fastest growing quick-serve concept in the world and making it even better was their mission. Choosing to work with only fresh ingredients on the planet and preparing their dough fresh daily, the Lupoli brothers set out to establish a reputation for the best quality, the largest pizza and the lowest price. They offered a 19-inch, three-pound pizza, which quickly became a legend.

TODAY
Sal’s is actively seeking new franchisees to welcome to its growing family for development in MA and NH as well as major markets throughout the country. Presently, there are over 30 corporate and franchised Sal’s Pizza locations throughout southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts with new pizzerias opening every day. With its Foodservice and Branded Packaged Goods products sales added to the mix, Sal’s Pizza has become one of the largest retail franchise and wholesale operations servicing all of New England. Today Sal’s makes over 40,000 pizzas a week! For more information please visit: www.sals-pizza.com

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