Pizza Hut is giving away 1,111 Stuffed Crust Pizzas on 1/1/11. This fun offer kicks off as Pizza Hut launches a special deal on its signature Stuffed Crust Pizza – for a limited time, a 1-topping Stuffed Crust Pizza is for $10.
In another initiative to boost its sales, recently Pizza Hut embarked on the Hut Seat Challenge with a mission to travel across the nation to ask Americans, What’s your favorite? (Read: Tell Pizza Hut What’s Your Favorite)[ Also Read: Vietnam Gets Ready to Taste Domino’s Pizza ]
“At Pizza Hut, we want everyone to know that you don’t need to settle in 2011,” said Chris Fuller, director of public relations at Pizza Hut.
“Our New Year’s resolution is to give you all of your favorites – like our one and only Stuffed Crust Pizza – at a price you can afford.”[ Also Read: Bob Evans Says Think Outside the Pizza Box ]
To take advantage of the offer, you can “Like” Pizza Hut on Facebook (facebook.com/pizzahut) and keep an eye out for Pizza Hut’s status update that announces the offer (and terms) on Jan. 1, 2011.
The first 1,111 to click on the link on Pizza Hut’s Facebook wall and provide contact information, will receive a $10 Pizza Hut gift card good towards the purchase of a Stuffed Crust Pizza.[ Also Read: Now Meet the World’s Fastest Pizza Maker ]
The announcement was made Wednesday, Dec. 29.
Pizza Hut introduced Stuffed Crust Pizza in 1995. This pizza features a ring of cheese folded into the outer crust of Pizza Hut’s Hand-Tossed Style dough.
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