Romeo's Pizza Kicks Off Second Annual Holiday Food Drive

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Romeo's Pizza Partners with Local Food Pantries to Support Local Families in Need

Romeo’s Pizza locations across Cleveland, Akron, Canton and Columbus have teamed up with local food pantries to collect canned goods for needy families. The Romeo's Pizza Second Annual Holiday Food Drive launched on November 18 and will run through December 30.

Romeo’s Pizza is encouraging each customer to donate one can of food. Customers can drop off the donation at their local Romeo’s Pizza or the donation can be given to the delivery driver at the time of pizza delivery. Customers who donate will get $1 off their pizza order. Romeo’s Pizza is hoping this extra incentive will increase customer participation in the Food Drive.

“Our teams have been very busy these past few weeks contacting food pantries and decorating collection boxes. It’s really awesome to see the passion our entire team is putting behind this project. This year we asked each store to select a food pantry in their neighborhood and they are excited to be able to directly touch the lives of families in their own community”, said Sean Brauser, CEO & Founder of Romeo’s Pizza. Sean continued with "Each store has been busy planning for this Food Drive and have been training team members on how to execute the program. We’re very grateful for our loyal and generous customers who supported our Food Drive last year. We hope our customers can help us again this year".

About Romeo's Pizza

Romeo's Pizza has been featured on the Food Network and has won over 20 different awards for their pizzas including the Best Gourmet Pizza in America with the Great Ranch & Potato Pizza, the Best Pizza in the Midwest three times with the Butcher Shop Pizza and the Best Pizza in Columbus 4 years in a row--2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Romeo's Pizza has grown from a single store in Medina, Ohio to 32 locations throughout Ohio. Full menu and list of locations are available at

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