Pizza Hut Heart-Shaped Valentine's Day Pizza - Food Review
- Feb 13, 2017
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Today's review is for the Heart-Shaped pizza from Pizza Hut.
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Pizza Hut Created The Ultimate Pizza For V-Day
As you already know-and either love or loath-Valentine's Day is just a few days away. If you haven't already picked up a chocolate (or a giant teddy bear), then you're probably looking for a last-minute gift. Even if you've already bought a dump truck's worth of chocolate, you need to drop everything and get to Pizza Hut.
That's because the coveted heart-shaped pizza is finally back at the Hut. The limited-edition pie is formed into the shape of a heart (of course), and is roughly the same size as a standard medium pizza. You can top the heart anyway you like, so get creative.
The cute 'za costs about $9.99, although prices may vary from store to store. If you're feeling extra romantic, you can opt for Pizza Hut's Valentine's Bundle, which includes the lovey-dovey pizza and your choice of dessert for just $13.99. The V-Day themed food is only available now through February 14, so get to planning!
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Pizza Hut boss rewards employee with Super Bowl tickets
By Katie Scott 9th February 2017 4:24 pm
Something for the weekend: What better way to recognise the hard work of employees than for an organisation to treat individuals to an all-expenses paid trip to an internationally-loved sporting event? That’s exactly what Pizza Hut did when Artie Starrs, president at the fast food chain, gave up his seats at the National Football League’s Super Bowl championship game to one lucky employee.
The motivation initiative featured a six-month competition, where employees with the best customer satisfaction scores hade the chance to win the coveted Super Bowl tickets. The food organisation also provided the airfare to Houston, as well as ground transportation, to ensure the winning employee had nothing to worry about except which team was in the lead.
Starrs picked the winning name from a glass bowl to reveal Vickie Weaver as the lucky winner. Weaver has been working for Pizza Hut in Huntsville, Alabama, for over 20 years, and currently oversees around 12 restaurants in the area.
While Weaver and her husband enjoyed the game live on Sunday 5 February 2017, Starrs took over responsibilities in Weaver’s branches to cover the workload, which included folding boxes and making and delivering pizzas.
Here at Employee Benefits, we think this is a fantastic way to reward staff; it could only be improved by including a free pizza too…
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