Pizza Hut Restaurants announced today that it has chosen to license APT’s Test & Learn and Menu Analyzer software suite to improve its data-driven decision-making across capital investments, pricing, promotion, marketing, and operations. With this agreement, Pizza Hut Restaurants joins other leading restaurants—including Costa, Subway, Starbucks, Wendy’s, and Dunkin’ Donuts—that have chosen APT’s cloud-based software to improve guest experience and profitability.
In 1995, Pizza Hut upped the ante by encouraging America to eat their pizza backwards because Stuffed Crust was just that good. Now, 20 years later, Pizza Hut is changing the game again by offering America the chance to sink a half-court shot for a $1 million prize. They just have to do it backwards.
In honor of last year's pizza debut at the Academy Awards, Pizza Hut has a special offer for the millions of fans expected to tune into the event Sunday and an even bigger offer for those who plan to watch while wearing their very best, just like the stars.
“All Dressed Up with Pizza To Go,” Pizza Hut will reward select fans with Free Pizza for a Year for sharing a photo on Twitter or Instagram of themselves dressed their best while enjoying a piping-hot Pizza Hut pizza. Participants can enter by using hashtag #AllDressedUpWithPizzaToGo for a chance to win.
Not a single, not a double, but a Triple Cheese Covered Stuffed Crust is the newest creation coming to the more than 6,300 Pizza Hut locations across the country.
The new Triple Cheese Covered Stuffed Crust showcases Pizza Hut’s all-new Flavor of Now menu with the addition of three different cheese crust flavors topped on the Original Stuffed Crust. Parmesan, Asiago, and Cheddar cheese are loaded and baked onto the crust edge and then toasted.
It’s fair to say that 2014 has been as eventful a year for quick-service restaurants as the industry has seen in quite a while. Changing demographics and sharper competition have sparked a variety of innovations, but also exposed some weaknesses. And the unrelenting march of technology is changing the restaurant business landscape, particularly when it comes to mobile phones.
Pizza Hut rolled out a major brand reboot this week, a move that many see as an appeal to the Millennial generation and a response to the booming fast-casual industry.
The world’s largest pizza chain, a division of Yum! Brands, is adding a wave of new ingredients, some lower-calorie alternatives, reworked digital ordering, and even a new, circular logo, hoping that the changes will boost lagging sales.
Ten new crust flavors, five new premium ingredients, four new flavor-packed drizzles, new Skinny Slice Pizzas, and 11 new specialty recipes, all available with six signature sauces—plus, a revamped digital experience at pizzahut.com, a new logo, new box, and relaxed uniforms: It goes without saying that this will mark the biggest change that Pizza Hut has ever seen.
In an age when consumers’ choices have never been broader, it’s critical to stand out among the sea of other brands and offerings. That may be one reason why companies from practically every industry are spending hundreds of thousands—if not millions—of dollars to develop and execute marketing campaigns that resonate with their target audience, drive sales, and cement brand loyalty for years to come.
The Pizza Hut BOOK IT! program, which originated in 1984 in Wichita, Kansas and has since been experienced by millions of kids across the country, recognized its 30th birthday on October 1, by introducing a $30,000 college plan, releasing its first reading App, and dishing out a free Personal Pan Pizza to BOOK IT! alums who sign up online.
According to the United Nations, there are nearly 850 million people around the world who suffer from chronic hunger. To bring hope to those in need, Pizza Hut, the world’s largest pizza company, has launched its annual World Hunger Relief campaign to benefit the World Food Programme (WFP).