December 27, 2010 by staff
Toledo Football, Pizza lover and football fanatic, Little Caesars Pizza has something for everyone during the 2010 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. To share the excitement of the game with College Bowl fans of pizza and football across the country, Little Caesars Pizza has announced a “Buy a pizza, Get One Free! Promotion. Today through Tuesday only, Little Caesars customers can buy HOT-N-READY ® Pizza and get another pizza of equal or lesser value free with a valid coupon. The coupon is available at LittleCaesars.com and is valid from December 26 to December 28, 2010.
Little Caesars Pizza behind! Pizza!, Is pleased to offer this exclusive offer to customers coast to coast, “said Dave Scrivano, President & CEO, Little Caesar Enterprises, Inc.” Now, everyone can participate in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl action game -! If present at Ford Field and watch the game on TV, or enjoy two beautiful pizzas”
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl with the University of Toledo Rockets and the Panthers of Florida International University, takes place tonight from 8:30 pm ET at Ford Field in Detroit, home to the Detroit Lions and the NFL Super Bowl XL. The game is broadcast live on ESPN.
“Little Caesars has a long history of supporting amateur sport, and its title sponsorship of the Little Caesar’s Cup extends this tradition of college sports,” said George Perles, CEO of Little Caesars Pizza Cup and former football coach head at Michigan State University. “This promotion combines college football and Little Caesars Pizza Hot-N-READY – an ideal combination!”
In addition to the value-oriented “Buy a pizza, Get One Free! promotion, and in collaboration with its sponsorship of bowling, Little Caesars provides other interesting promotions, whose clients win hotel, airfare and tickets to the national championship bowl games and parts of Little Caesars pizza.
“The best value in America * Little Caesars, named all quick service restaurant chains for three consecutive years, is proud to offer products of high quality pizza at a value to our customers, and the special “Buy a pizza, Get One Free! Coupon offers even more value for family and friends enjoy college sports and the holiday season, “said Scrivano.
The offer is valid only at participating Little Caesars locations from December 26 to December 28, 2010. There is a limit of one coupon per order, per visit and it is not valid with other offers.
About Little Caesars Pizza Bowl
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl is the only game major Midwest College Football Bowl. The bowl 2010 marks the 14th year that the bowl has made great deeds College Bowl in Detroit.
About Little Caesars Pizza
Little Caesars Pizza founders Michael and Marian Ilitch opened their first restaurant in Garden City, Michigan in 1959. Little Caesars has added more stores in the world in 2009 than any pizza chain and others today, is the largest chain of end of season internationally with restaurants on five continents. Little Caesars is growing in prime markets across the country, and offers strong franchisee candidates an opportunity for independence with a proven system. For the third consecutive year, Little Caesars was named “Best Value in America” * of all quick service restaurant chains. In addition, Little Caesars offers strong brand at one of the most recognized and most endearing the country, Little Caesar.
In addition to Little Caesars Pizza, Michael and Marian Ilitch companies in the food, sports and entertainment include: Detroit Red Wings, Olympia Entertainment, Olympia Development, Blue Line Foodservice Distribution, Champion Foods, Ilitch Holdings, Inc., Uptown Entertainment, Little Caesars Pizza Kit Program funds, and a variety of venues within these entities. Michael Ilitch owns the Detroit Tigers. Marian Ilitch owns MotorCity Casino Hotel.
For more information about Little Caesars and available franchise opportunities, visit or call 1.800.553.5776 www.LittleCaesars.com.
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