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To celebrate the brand’s success over the past two years, Blast 825° Pizza, a quick-fired pizza restaurant, will be giving away free pizzas and salads at all four of its locations on August 25. Guests who follow or like one of the company’s social media platforms will be rewarded with one free pizza or salad, with no purchase necessary; valid for one pizza or salad per person. Blast 825° has four restaurants in Clovis, Fresno, Rocklin and Roseville, with three locations in development in Elk Grove, Cupertino, and Huntington Beach.
“We’ve come a long way since we opened our first restaurant in Clovis, and we’re excited to expand the brand throughout California and other key markets such as Nevada, Arizona and Texas,” says John Ferdinandi, CEO of Milano Restaurants, parent company of Blast 825° Pizza. “To celebrate the company’s success, and to tie into our signature 825-degree ovens, we wanted to reward our loyal guests with free price pizzas and salads. August 25 was the perfect day to do so, and we’re confident that our quick-fired pizzas will continue to win over enthusiastic fans. We’re looking forward to many years of continued success and to making our 8/25 celebration an annual holiday for the brand.”
As part of it’s local charity initiative—Blast Buddies, in which Blast 825° supports local pet charities through store openings—all four restaurants will be accepting donations for their nonprofit partners. Donations collected at the Clovis and Fresno locations will benefit Miss Winkles, and donations from the Rocklin and Roseville restaurants will benefit the Placer SPCA. In addition to the money donated at the four restaurants, Blast 825° will match all donations made up to an additional $825.
“We’ve experienced great success with Blast Buddies through our grand openings and wanted to find another way to give back to the local charities,” says Tom Ferdinandi, COO of Milano Restaurants. “We encourage all of our guests to donate on 8/25 and we’re eager to match any and all donations made.”