Eat Local Pizza has a Holiday Special even Ed Mirvish would envy


Eat Local PizzaTHUNDER BAY – Shop Local – When it comes to pizza, no offence to the big national chains, but for me it is the local places that make the best pizzas. One of my personal favourites are the pizzas that the team at Eat Local Pizza and Pastry make. There are four reasons. First the pizza is really tasty, second Jim Stadey sources as much as he can locally here in Thunder Bay. Third is that Jim and his team have demonstrated over and over again that they are a local business with a huge heart. Finally, even though the pizza is really tasty, it is also made to make it diabetic friendly. That might be the secret no one knows about, but the food is so good no one notices either.

pizza from eat localFor the Christmas season, Eat Local has even Ed Mirvish would envy. “With each “Holiday Season Special!” gift certificate sold, Eat Local will gift another pizza to one of the great charitable organizations in the city,” shares Stadey. “This holiday season buy a “Holiday Season Special” gift certificate and know that you are helping someone while giving the gift of pizza”.

Here is the special…

Holiday Season Special
1 Extra Large Unlimited Topping Pizza (with delivery included!)
4 Pop
4 Dipping Sauces
1 Four pack of Baking
and 1 FREE PIZZA donated to a charitable organization in the city!

Its a deal that demonstrates once more that good food, a good heart and a sense of caring are important components of business.

To me, eat bite of pizza tastes a little better knowing it is making a real difference in our community.

James Murray
Chief Content Officer

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