Wednesday, 26 March 2008

Sal's Pizza Gives Customers a Break

Sal Lupoli PizzaSal Lupoli, President and CEO of Sal’s Pizza Retail, , is giving his customers a break. As national pizza chains raise their prices due to the increase in food costs, Sal’s Pizza announced that beginning April 1 their stores in New England will drop the price of its signature 19-inch three-pound cheese pizza from $10.99 to $9.99 for a limited time.

“In a time of recession, rising gas prices, rising costs of groceries, and national pizza chains raising their prices, we are choosing to drop our price to help ease the burden and to help families who are trying to make ends meet,” said Lupoli.

“We are a family oriented company comprised of dedicated community driven people, who strive to constantly help customers and feed families.”

Sal’s Pizza has corporate-owned properties in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

The business with over 35 locations has become a large retail franchise and wholesale operation serving all of New England with additional locations in California, Florida and opening soon in Virginia.

Today, Sal’s Pizza and Salvatore’s Restaurants make over 60,000 pizzas a week. .

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