Free pizza for frontline workers during pandemic fight
NILES, Mich. — Local pizza restaurants are helping out those on the front lines of the COVID-19 fight - one delivery at a time.
Domino’s Pizza recently began advertising its “Feed The Need” initiative in South Bend to attract callers to order free deliveries to “families of school kids in need, hospitals, health department workers, and grocery workers” during the uncertain times, as Indiana-based Domino’s franchise owner Rogers Galloway told ABC 57.
“We are here to serve our community and we can only do what we can do and we are prepared to feed the need with 200 pizzas per store,” Galloway said.
Front Street Pizza Pub in Niles has the same theme: free carry out & delivery to first responders, health workers, and the elderly, with a free one-topping pizza on top of that.
“The ‘worth it’ in the end is making it through it,” General Manager Sarah Martin said.
“And being able to open again and have people laughing and inside the building, and to be able to have what we used to consider normal.”
You can order from Front Street Pizza Pub by calling (269) 687-4992 and Domino’s by clicking here.