Blast 825°, a quick-fired pizza restaurant, will celebrate the grand opening of its newest location in Huntington Beach, California, on March 11 at 18541 Beach Blvd. from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Guests will enjoy half-off all pizzas, with proceeds given to the Orange County SPCA through the restaurant’s Blast Buddies pet charity program.
In a fast-paced, social world, who says pizza should be any different? Today’s customers know exactly what they want, and Blast 825° Pizza gives it to them fresh and fast—in just three minutes quick.
The entire community is invited to come have a blast anytime between 11 a.m. and 10 p.m. to experience one of the hottest new trends in the industry from a company that sets a new standard of customer service and has a real connection with its community. To help welcome Blast 825° to Huntington Beach, the local Chamber of Commerce is performing a ribbon-cutting ceremony in front of the restaurant on March 11 at 4 p.m.
“My partner, Sophie Wang, and I are absolutely delighted to be the first of the Blast 825° Pizza franchise to open in Southern California,” says Jim Hudson, owner of Blast 825° Pizza in Huntington Beach, California. “It is our mission to bring the best tasting pizza to Huntington Beach and the surrounding communities. We’ve created a very welcoming space, where guests can relax and savor their food with a great beer or glass of wine. Guests will discover that Blast 825° Pizza is a great place to linger, relax, and chat with friends and family.”
At Blast 825° Pizza, pets are important, too. That’s why the Huntington Beach location features a pet-friendly patio and has invited the Orange County SPCA to be part of its celebration. Proceeds from each pizza sold during the restaurant’s grand opening will be given to the nonprofit that is committed to fostering the humane treatment of animals through: education, relieving animal suffering, promoting the animal/human bond, and providing cruelty intervention.
“As part of our belief in corporate philanthropy, Blast 825° Pizza makes it a priority to give back to charities at the local level each time a new restaurant opens its doors,” says Tom Ferdinandi, chief operating officer for Milano. “We have deep roots in giving back to the community and believe that a company is only as strong as the community in which it lives and does business.”
Currently, Blast 825° has eight California locations: Clovis, Rocklin, Roseville, Elk Grove, Cupertino, Fresno, Huntington Beach, and San Luis Obispo.